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I visited on a Sunday afternoon when there was a DJ present playing real reggae and dancehall! Lovely public beach that is clean and has beautiful water and sand. Great place to interact with locals. Didn't see any horses....maybe next time! I would return and...More
During my Jamaican vacation, I visited Flavours beach about 4 times during my 3 week stay. Love the vibes it brings, good selection of drinks and food served with a party vibe. Changing facility on site butyou have to pay a small sum. Great place...More
I love coming here. The beach is beautiful, waves can be a bit strong in the afternoon but not too crazy. On the weekends and during the holidays they sometimes have a live DJ that plays the best reggae music mixes and the events/parties are...More
Leave your man made beach at the resort and go to the real blue!! The beach is amazing amazing and so is the food. Make sure you visit Chaz at his refreshment stand, he'll take care of you!!! Get a taste of the REAL Jamaica!!
Attended today, purchased curry goat and what was advertised as jerk chick and chips. After serveral attempts to collect the chips, they were offered 40 mins after! Declining these, I requested a credit towards my drinks. This was rejected with no apologies. Merely the fact...More
Clean crystal waters where you see the sand as expected. Still a free beach and no life guards on site so be very careful. The water was perfect and inviting. There is a resturant that serves the best fried fish and festival. Horses roam the...More
Response from MissSarah2013 | Reviewed this property |
hi, I also stay at the Gran Bahia and we left the resort many times so we learned the hard way how visitors can get ripped off by the Juta (charter) drivers. I would be happy to tell you more about the area if you would... More
hi, I also stay at the Gran Bahia and we left the resort many times so we learned the hard way how visitors can get ripped off by the Juta (charter) drivers. I would be happy to tell you more about the area if you would like to text me ( I bought a house in St Anns Bay so I have some connections now) 905 782 9452
You need to take a taxi to the beach and it is definitely safe for children, and the food is amazing.