Where are the best places to live in Jamaica?
Jamaica is known for its music, culture, food, beaches, waterfalls, and for having the fastest people on earth. The popularity of the country has made it a prime location for vacation and relocation. Below are a list of the best places to live in Jamaica.
1. Portland Parish
Portland is a parish on the northeast coast of the island of Jamaica. Port Antonio is the small, laid-back capital, with faded colonial-era mansions lining the Titchfield Peninsula. Sandy beaches fringe the forested coast between the city and the deep waters of the Blue Lagoon farther east.
2. St. Elizabeth
Saint Elizabeth, one of Jamaica’s largest parishes, is located in the southwest of the island, in the county of Cornwall. Its capital, Black River, is located at the mouth of the Black River, the widest on the island.
Mandeville is the capital and largest town in the parish of Manchester in the county of Middlesex, Jamaica.
Falmouth is the capital city of Jamaica’s Trelawny Parish. It’s a busy cruise-ship port that lies between Ocho Rios and Montego Bay on the island’s north shore. The city is characterized by its Georgian architecture, concentrated in the Falmouth Historic District.
Hanover is a parish located on the northwestern tip of the island of Jamaica. It is a part of the county of Cornwall, bordered by St. James in the east and Westmoreland in the south. It is also the smallest parish on the island.