Negril’s Seven Mile Beach is a natural oasis and an idyllic oceanfront location set on Norman Manley Boulevard in Negril’s Hotel Zone. Most vacationers going to a world-renowned seaside destination expect to find a great beach, and in the Caribbean, Negril’s beach is long and broad, white and powdery, with clear warm water, and fun for the kids. Relax under the swaying palm trees located along the beach, which literally stand out because none of the buildings located along the beach can be taller than them.
One of the reasons why this seven-mile long stretch of beach in Negril is so famous is that it has very shallow water for about 100 yards out into its two bays, plus it also has cool white sand even on the hottest days. Resorts all along this seven mile stretch of beach encourage strollers to stop in at their beach bars, restaurants, and shops to snack, enjoy a few drinks, or purchase goods while they mingle. These resorts all permit them to stop on the beach and use beach lounges to rest, relax, or lay out for a suntan. Ask your hotel about picnic lunches, as some hotels offer to pack snacks for their guests’ day trips.
Vacationers can even participate in many water sports including water skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and banana boat rides.
In Negril, don’t miss the Seven Mile Beach, voted often as one of the island’s, the Caribbean’s, and the world’s best beaches.