Jamaica’s South Coast is one of the last undiscovered treasures of Jamaica.
The island’s two major cities and international airports lie 100 miles to the east [Kingston 3 hours drive] and 75 miles to the north [Montego Bay - 2 ½ hours drive]. Because of this relative isolation the south coast hasn’t succumbed to the predations of mass-tourism.
It remains filled with a gentle rustic charm and civility that marks it out as a special place where the mind, body and spirit can be refreshed and renewed in equal measure.
Treasure Beach itself is located in south Saint Elizabeth, the largest of Jamaica’s 13 parishes, often referred to as the ‘bread-basket’ parish, because of the fecundity of its deep red, bauxite rich soil and the abundancy of fruits and vegetables that flourish from it.