Falmouth Cruises

Falmouth, Jamaica
Falmouth, Jamaica

The beautiful town of Falmouth, Jamaica – much like its English namesake – has gorgeous sandy beaches, lush fields, dense woodland areas and rolling hills to explore along the length of its golden shores. But, unlike Cornwall’s gorgeous coastal town, the Trelawny parish’s capital boasts a glorious Caribbean climate and soothing sunshine all-year-round.

Regarded as one of the Caribbean’s best-preserved Georgian towns, Falmouth attracts lovers of architecture and heritage as well as sun-seekers, and the array of Georgian structures and monuments within the town are said to be the largest and finest collection in the West Indies.  The solid mahogany beams and intricate floors of St. Peter’s Anglican Church – one of the oldest in Jamaica – are not-to-be-missed, as are the old colonial buildings of the historic Market Street, where traders still sell rum, food, clothing and other locally produced goods in the same place where sugar was traded in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

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