Treasure Beach is where I left my heart. This tranquil, laid back, fishing village is definitely Jamaica’s Hidden Jewel. Treasure Beach sits on the south side of the island in St. Elizabeth, also known as St. Bess; the black sand beach is great for long meditative walks or to just sit back, relax, and look out to sea. A serene and peaceful atmosphere, in which one can capture the true essence of the sun as it kisses the surface of the ocean each morning and at dusk. While in the background you hear the sound of the waves playing their rhythm against the shore, if you are looking for all this and more, then Treasure Beach is your destination for sure. This time spent away from the hustle and bustle adds new meaning to the phrase “no problem Mon”.
Make sure to stop by Eggy’s on one of your many long walks, mi know you will get thirsty and need someting fi drink. Don’t worry, remember it is a laid back, fishing village, no shoes required. Eggy’s is where everybody knows everybody, no matter where in the world you’re from. This one room bar run by a barefoot Rasta Man named Eggy, is where locals and foreigners meet to hang out with family and friends to celebrate togetherness. Some even meet once each year and come from all around the world. Yea man, ah just “One Love”. Eggy’s is where we met Mr. Fuir, an expatriate from Germany, whose been living in Jamaica five years now. He loves his peaceful surroundings and the healings he gets from his ailments because of no stress. He also never wears a watch. Wicked!