An genuine, whimsical, artsy resort in Treasure Seashore Jamaica. Enveloped with serenity and set on over thirteen acres of lush inexperienced vegetation, the resort is situated in the small fishing village of Treasure Seashore, St. Elizabeth on Jamaica’s sunny and unspoilt South Coast – revered as the gem of this pristine Caribbean island.
Travelling on Jamaica’s South Coast, you will uncover a treasure chest of coves and bays, where the Caribbean meets our sandy and sometimes rocky shores. A combination of dark and white-sand stretches, rocky coves, fishermen’s enclaves and secluded swimming spots, the South Coast’s shores promise a spread of possibilities. A favorite seaside neighborhood of both locals and visitors alike is Treasure Seashore (a spot that certainly lives as much as its identify).
Treasure Seaside is the generic name given to 4 Jamaican coves and their associated settlements: Billy’s Bay, Frenchman’s Bay, Calabash Bay and Nice Pedro Bay. An authentic, whimsical, artsy hotel in Treasure Beach Jamaica. Choose to remain in an oceanfront bungalow, cottage or villa and expertise the actual south coast of Jamaica.
Farming is the area’s second largest industry. Despite its low rainfall, St. Elizabeth is nicknamed “The Bread Basket of Jamaica” because they provide more vegatables and fruits to the remainder of the island than every other parish. The drier climate has led to using “mulch farming” -laying a thick layer of guinea grass over the planted area preserving within the moisture- and planting low-water crops reminiscent of watermelon, scallion, and onion. Local irrigation usually consists of several 55 gallon drums full of water and a bucket for watering individual crops. When driving by means of the world, benefit from the various farm stands arrange along the facet of the highway and purchase some of their contemporary vegatables and fruits. In Treasure Seashore watch for the famous “donkey girls” and vegetable vans promoting recent produce every day.