Montego Bay (Jamaica): what to see


What to see in Montego Bay, itinerary including the main places of interest, including Georgian-style buildings, the Slavery Museum, some visitable plantations and beaches.

Tourist information

City of Jamaica located on the northwest coast, Montego Bay falls within the main tourist region of the country, along with Ocho Rios and Negril.

A few kilometers northeast of Montego Bay is the important Sir Donald Sangster international airport, which serves this vast territory.

Montego Bay overlooks a splendid bay characterized by white sandy beaches and fascinating coral seabed.

What see

The Georgian-style buildings and the slavery museum, located in Samel Scarpe Square, which is the main square, are reminiscent of the city's colonial past.

The plantations in the surrounding area, some of which are still active, allow a guided tour.

The best-known beach is Doctor's Cave beach, located north of the town and reserved free of charge for guests of a luxury hotel, or accessible to all upon payment of an entrance ticket.

Doctor's Cave beach is distinguished from the others by the presence of a cave, from which mineral waters with beneficial therapeutic properties once flowed.

In summer the Reggae Sumfest takes place, which is the most important reggae festival in the world.

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