Frenchman’s Cove is a perfect marriage of classic romanticism and rustic charm. Its warm saltwater mystique is enhanced by a clear, freshwater stream that pours directly into the sea, while its landscapes hearken back to its peak as the jet-set resort of the 60s. Named by Condé Nast Traveler as being “probably the prettiest beach on the island,” the grounds feature a palette of naturally manicured rainforest highlighted by indigenous plant life. In addition to its breathtaking scenery, the beach is one of the oldest and most historically renowned watering holes in Port Antonio and beyond. It has been the location for many international films including Lord of the Flies and Knight and Day.