17°57'36.83" N      77°50'10.55" W
Parottee Beach is located approximately ten minutes to the southeast of the town of Black River, St. Elizabeth.
The beach comprises fine white sand with moderate erosion. Backshore vegetation includes seagrape, seaside mahoe and coconut. Abutting spectacular wetlands and dunes, this beach and its surroundings are a must see for the avid environmentalist. Bird watchers may be treated to occasional sightings of overwintering shore birds.
The beach lies off the Parottee main road. Designated parking can accommodate a few vehicles.
Food services are available as there is a restaurant and bar available. Bathroom and restroom facilities are provided and maintained by the restaurant owner.
The beach is primarily used for fishing, but swimming, strolling, beach volleyball, and football also take place. Patrons can visit attractions such as Black River Safari, Lovers Leap Lighthouse and Art ‘N’ Tings.
|Sea conditions||Generally calm|
|Lifeguard Service||No lifeguard on duty. Swimmers are advised to exhibit extreme caution|
The beach lies off the Parottee main road.
|Designated parking can accommodate a few vehicles.|
|Bathroom and restroom facilities are available.|
|Food services - restaurant and bar.|
|Owned by||Beach Control Authority|