another nice looking place...like all of them, if you catch a good day, you may find you are the only ones there!
San San Beach is postcard perfect. I enjoyed hanging out with friends and family at a beach that boasts clean, crystal-clear water and very-well maintained grounds. Tropical trees dot the premises, offering enough shade. The persons who are in charge are professional, friendly but not ubiquitous. We felt like we were on a private beach...beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.
San San Beach is a beautiful, half-moon shaped beach near the Blue Lagoon in Port Antonio. It is partly private but you can get on with the right connections. There is a guard out front that will stop you from entering but if you know a local who works there, he can get you on. The beach is fairly clean... More
I took a private tour with "Rally" (one of my friends highly recomended him). I asked Rally to show me some unspoiled and picturesque places in Jamaica. This guy knows his business. He showed me interesting spots in Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, and Port Antonio...The San San Beach was one of the places. I really enjoyed this beach. I spent... More
I'm from Jamaica and I've been to Portland quite a few times, but never to San San Beach. Having gone there, I can confidently say it is now my favourite beach in the entire island! The beach itself is perfect, however the facilities could use some refurbishing. The peace and privacy is worth the JMD 400.
Playing cricket with friends, eating, having drinks...the best place to do it all. This was one of the best days of the year!
This is a beautiful stretch of beach, but has not been repaired since the hurricane in the fall. The bathroom still works with a tarp over the ceiling, but no restaurant, so be sure to pack a lunch. Or Patrick, who minds the entrance & beach, will ride out and get you something. Seems odd to be paying JA$700 for... More
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