Hat-tricks | Parting shot

Negril is “irie” Jamaica at its best — and the ever-popular, ever-buzzing, ever-beautiful Seven Mile Beach is one of its star attractions

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Lying on a narrow strip along the coast of Westmoreland’s westernmost tip (try saying that 10 times fast!), Negril is “irie” Jamaica at its best — and the ever-popular, ever-buzzing, ever-beautiful Seven Mile Beach is one of its star attractions. Teeming with bars, restaurants, souvenir stalls, music, watersports, and colourful vendors like this one (who’s effortlessly balancing numerous hats both on his head and in his hands), it isn’t just a cherished spot for sun-bathing and frolicking in the water, but one of the best places on the island to witness breathtaking, picture-perfect sunsets. Sun, sea, and sunsets: that’s our kind of hat-trick!

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