Runaway Bay Holidays

Runaway Bay is a small and peaceful resort set on the north coast of Jamaica between Falmouth and Ocho Rios. This resort is perfectly suited to those looking for a simple and quiet location away from mass tourism.

Runaway Bay, Jamaica

The Resort and Beaches

Runaway Bay is set on a four mile stretch of sandy beaches and coves where there is a choice of non motorised watersports. Scuba diving and snorkelling are popular here and there is a nearby wreck to dive to.

Visitors will also enjoy an 18 hole golf course, mountain bike rides and horseriding.

Most dining and nightlife is found in the Runaway Bay hotels but it's worth trying the local seafood restaurants and seeking out crafts in the markets and local stores. For those that prefer a wider selection of shops, bars and restaurants the resorts of Ocho Rios or Montego Bay are easily accessible.

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Best Time To Holiday :All Year Round
Transfer Time :1 hr 15 mins
Night Life :Quiet
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Runaway Bay Hotels

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Franklyn D. Resort Hotel

This small and intimate hotel is designed purely for families and is the perfect...

Gran Bahia Principe Jamaica Hotel

This first class hotel offers fantastic shopping and entertainment facilities an...

Royal Decameron Club Caribbean

With a swimming pool specifically for adults and one for the whole family, the R...

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