Galleon Beach is located in Brompton, St. Elizabeth, about 15 minutes west of Black River.
The beach is comprised of fine white sand dominating a stretch of approximately 74 metres in length. Located just outside the Galleon Special Fishery Conservation Area, the nearshore is frequented by various species of fish. The backshore is primarily vegetated with willow trees and species of Acacia. Significant mangroves stands comprised mainly of red mangroves are located to the north east of the beach.
The beach is located off the A2 main road. No designated parking exists; however, a nearby open area can accommodate a few vehicles.
The beach is suitable for swimming and strolling. There are no food services available.
Patrons can opt for swimming. In addition, the beach is used for boat repair and storage.
|Sea conditions||Generally calm|
|Lifeguard||No lifeguard or safety measures are in place. Swimmers are advised to exhibit extreme caution.|
The beach is located off the A2 main road.
|No designated parking exists; however, a nearby open area can accommodate a few vehicles.|
|Owned by||Reserved in Subdivision|