A Hidden Treasure: Frenchman’s Cove, Jamaica

You have heard so much about paradise, and in some way the word is used so loosely. BUT! This is not such a case. We all know Jamaica for its natural beauty, I know you are like “Tell me something IDK.” Well I am going to do just that.Jamaica has many beaches, after all it is an island, but there are a few hidden secrets that the island possess and Frenchman’s Cove is one of them.

Located in the Northeastern tip of Jamaica in a lesser talked about parish called Portland, Frenchman’s Cove is the place you have been searching for on all those travel blogs.You might have heard of the famous Golden Eye where Ian Fleming wrote and created the mega successful character, James Bond, or the notorious James Bond Beach where “Dr. No, from the book series was partially filmed in the 60’s. But, most likely you have never heard of Frenchman’s Cove located just just a few miles away.

We believe that pictures say a thousand words, so we’ll let you see for yourself what we speak of, and one of these days you might just find yourself in Frenchman’s Cove mon!





The beach’s pristine water is ideal for swimming, relaxing or just to stare at. Performing your yoga or reading your favorite novel while hearing the gentle waves roll ashore will definitely create memories for life.



Set up in the 1960’s as a secluded spot for the rich and famous, the beach is owned by a resort of the same name. So, when you go here you are tucked away from prying eyes and its just you and paradise.

Have you ever been to Frenchman’s Cove before? Hail us up in the comments below.



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