On the coast of Jamaica, in the parish of Hanover, is the town of Lucea. Pronounced “Lucy”, it is an upcoming resort destination and lies between the cities of Montego Bay and Negril.The town of Lucea is rumored to have been named after Christopher Columbus's son Luis.
Lucea, Jamaica trips provide an interesting insight into its cultural history through its well-preserved historic buildings. It is a picturesque coastal town surrounded by hills on three sides and built on a natural harbor. Once a bustling port, Lucea is now famous for the cultivation of the renowned “Lucea Yam”.
Travel to Lucea, Jamaica for its pristine white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters. The beaches are clean and less crowded than other popular resort destinations.