In the late 1800’s, Port Antonio was known as “the banana capital of the world”, and although the town’s fortunes may have split in the early 20th century with the decline of the banana trade, this lovely laid-back Caribbean port is once again open for business— especially when it comes to attracting vacationers from around the world. Visit Firefly House, the historic home of playwright Noel Coward, relax on Winnifred Beach, or do a waterfall tour of Reach Falls, Somerset Falls, and YS Falls. Browse the shops and stores along West Street and Market Street for local arts and handmade crafts, stroll along the promenade of Port Antonio Marina, or head to Folly Point Lighthouse for picture-perfect views of Port Antonio, Navy Island, and Folly Mansion. Top your visit off with a plate of jerk chicken or vegetable curry and an ice-cold Red Stripe beer.
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