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Dream Beach
Dream Beach

Hellshire Beach is on Hellshire Bay less than 10 miles south of Portmore. Hellshire Beach is an active area. Eating establishments are plentiful, as are activities such as boating, jet skiing, tubing and socializing with locals.

Fort Clarence Beach
Fort Clarence Beach

The 16 hectare Fort Clarence Beach Park in Hellshire, St. Catherine is popular for family fun days and picnics, an ideal relaxation spot for residents of Hellshire, Portmore and Kingston.

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Hellshire Beach
Hellshire Beach

Hellshire Beach – Portmore, Jamaica I’ve Never Been A Beach Girl But…. Not many beaches (NONE!) could convince me to drive two hours to get there except now, Hellshire Beach in Portmore.

Hellshire Hills
Hellshire Hills

Portmore and the Hellshire Hills Find out more Explore Books Features Southwest of Kingston, off Marcus Garvey Drive, a causeway connects the city to the bland but booming dormitory town of PORTMORE.

Lime Cay
Lime Cay

Lime Cay is close to Kingston, so a trip into the city——for snacks, drinks, and other attractions——is a convenient option. Those visiting Lime Cay who are hoping to find some additional excitement might think about heading over to Kingston, since it's nearby and is an especially active area of Jamaica.

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Louzy Bay,
Louzy Bay,

The Portmore Toll Road is the major commuter Highway which connects the city of Kingston and the town, Portmore, via the Hunts Bay Bridge, and Portmore to the old capital of Spanish Town with three lanes in each direction and a speed limit of 110 kilometres per hour (68 mph).

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Maiden Cay
Maiden Cay

Although Maiden Cay Beach isn't located in one of the most secluded parts of Jamaica, it is still a great place to enjoy the sun, sand, surf, and laid back atmosphere that the island is known for. Set in Port Royal, 3.9 miles southeast of Portmore, Maiden Cay Beach is on the South East coast of Jamaica.

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Port Henderson
Port Henderson

Port Henderson Hill, formerly known as Salt Pond Hill, is visible from neighbouring parishes and was a possible Arawak grave site because the Arawak buried their dead in caverns, which Port Henderson Hill is riddled with.

Port Royal Cays
Port Royal Cays

The Port Royal Cays is a small group of uninhabited islands or cays off Port Royal, Jamaica, located at {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:17|55|06.36|N|76|49|11.96|W| | |name= }} and arranged in the shape of an atoll with a diameter between 4 and 5 km, and a total area of 12 km².

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Rajmaville Gaming Lounge, Portmore
Rajmaville Gaming Lounge, Portmore

Rajmaville Gaming Lounge Sea food Restaurant and Sports Bar in Portmore is one of two, with the other being located in Spanish Town offering an evening of food, gaming and entertainment.

Refuge Cay
Refuge Cay

To this end, KFTL has provided the UWI with funding to rehabilitate the forest on Refuge Cay and so save the island from eventual destruction. The clean-up started on Monday, January 8 with 24 fishers, including three females and two fishers with canoes.

Rocket Gokarting Experience
Rocket Gokarting Experience

Rocket Go-Karting Experience, a $40 million venture, has established a facility in Portmore, St. Catherine with the aim of providing safe family

Rodney's Lookout
Rodney's Lookout

Portmore is one of the island's most densely populated zones. The fast-developing "Sunshine Community" has, within the past three decades, successfully provided home ownership opportunities for many Jamaicans.

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Sugarman Beach
Sugarman Beach

<p><b>Hellshire Beach</b>, <a href="/pages/w/103742892997739">Jamaica</a>, is located near <a href="/pages/w/108499902515301">Portmore</a>, and famed for its fried fish and safe swimming. It has near white sands with a very small trace of black sand.

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Sunken Pirate City
Sunken Pirate City

Edmund Heath, survivor and eyewitness to the devastating 1692 earthquake wrote these words in a letter from the safety of a ship moored in the city’s harbor, overlooking the ruins of his city. Port Royal, once called “the most wicked and sinful city in the world” was famous the world over for its booze—the blackout-inducing Kill Devil Rum, its pirates, and its prostitutes.

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Taino Museum
Taino Museum

Portmore’s history stretches as far back as 900 AD to the first inhabitants, the Tainos. Evidence of Taino presence was discovered at Port Henderson’s Hill, Hellshire and Naggo Head. Jamaica was declared a Spanish colony in 1494. This Spanish colonisation resulted in the decimation of the Tainos.

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Two Sisters Cave
Two Sisters Cave

Two Sisters Cave, Hellshire, St Catherine On the road south of Portmore towards Hellshire Hills, keep going straight after the second roundabout and follow the signs. The Two Sisters Cave is a twin cave system, believed to be some 200,000 years old.

Waves Beach
Waves Beach

Waves Beach, Portmore, Jamaica. 5,841 likes · 6 talking about this · 3,753 were here. Waves Beach Restaurant & Bar is serving up delicious seafood,...

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