18°10'18.25" N      78°1'49.07" W
Bluefields Beach is located off the main road in the parish of Westmoreland along the A2 main road. It is located about an hour away from Negril.
The beach is characterised by cobblestones with fine white sand and moderate erosion. It is approximately 400 metres long and 25 metres wide. Backshore vegetation includes neem, West Indian almond and seagrape. The nearshore environment is comprised of seagrass beds. The Bluefields River which is just north of the beach.
The beach is accessed off the A2 main road. Parking is available for multiple vehicles.
Food services such as cook shops and a jerk pit are available for beachgoers. In addition, there are functional and available bathrooms and changing room. The area is ideal for gatherings.
Patrons can engage in swimming, dining and strolling. Patrons can opt to visit the Peter Tosh Memorial and Belmont Fishing Beach, which are nearby.
|Entrance Fee||None Shower - $100 Restroom - $50|
|Opening Hours||9:00 am to 5:00 pm|
|Sea conditions||Generally calm|
|Lifeguard||No lifeguards, flag warning system are in place as well as other safety measures.|
Bluefields Beach is located off the main road in the parish of Westmoreland along the A2 main road.
|Parking is available|
|Bathrooms and changing room available|
|Owned by||Urban Development Corporation|