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Winnifred Beach, Port Antonio

(4.6/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Enjoy some relaxation on Winnifred Beach, a shady white sand beach in the Fairy Hill community. Swim in its calm blue water, rest in the thick shade of trees and vines, or take a walk along the bay shore. The transparent water and nearby coral reef are great for snorkeling and spotting an array of different fish species. Hang out at one of the beach bars and restaurants, where you can try Jamaican cuisine and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere. Add Winnifred Beach and other attractions to your Port Antonio trip itinerary using our Port Antonio itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • Beautiful beach close to Port Antonio and the Blue Lagoon. You have several options for food and drinks. The beach is free, but expect to pay the locals for keeping the beach clean. 
  • I was excited about this beach first because it shares my mother's name. Did not worry about the steep entrance, the drivers are all familiar with it. The water is very still like a swimming pool and ...  more »
  • I am not sure how to describe this experience as there are no words. Beautiful, beautiful beautiful!!! Visited because we saw the CNN story. The road getting there is worth it. When you get there you ...  more »
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  • The best free locals beach on this side of the island. This is the place to come and chill if you want to hang like a local. There are plenty of food and drink vendors so no need to pack a lunch. Getting down to the beach can be a little tricky because of the road but the payoff is worth it.
  • Great quiet. No life guard when I was there. Water is warm and it gets really deep very fast. There is also a shallow area for children. Restaurant sells some lovely homely food! Def going back there next time in Jamaica.
  • Unspoilt beautiful beach!
  • Because the. Water. Is. Cool
  • One of the few remaining Public Beaches in Portland. It's God's gift to Portlanders, friends, family and visitors. Simply beautiful it is.