Top 5 attractions in Lucea and around

Montego Bay, ©Sarah_Ackerman/Flickr

You are welcome in Lucea. Lucea is a nice coastal town in Jamaica and capital of Hanover. Lucea takes pride in great parks, different clubs, historical sight and museum. The designation gives Lucea some privileges and let us to look at the pleasure resort’s planning innovate, that other towns are receiving and so Lucea can join Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Negril, as profoundly planned pleasure resort centers.

In Lucea easy to find buses, minibuses and taxis, which arrive and depart from the open ground facing the market. Lucea is a central terminal point for the vehicles which are taking between Negril and Montego Bay, and you need to change automobile here.

Fort Charlotte
At eighteen century Fort Charlotte named Lucea Harbour’s entrance in 1778 to respect George 11’s Queen Charlotte. Before to that year it planned as Lucea Fort and the construction was finished in 1745. It was raise shielding of the harbor. In 1862, the English office from the war relocate the barracks and Charlotte as a reward to the Executive Committee.

Lucea Harbour

Montego Bay, ©Sarah_Ackerman/Flickr

It is well known as the most excellent in the island. Even though it is small, ships from Montego Bay and Kingston was a safety place for the duration of the hurricane of 1951, as it was measured one of the safest shelter. It is absolutely cut off from the sea, just being linked by a thin channel at its entrance.

The Old Court House
Located in the middle of the town, is call today as Lucea Town Hall.

Sunset at Lucea, ©antisocialtory/Flickr

Situated in Hanover Hills, which is four miles far of Lucea. This is Sir Alexander Bustamante, the National Hero’s birthplace. The Jamaica National Heritage Trust acquired this three-acre property and the birthplace of our National Hero. It was renovated and rebuilt from descriptions of the original belongings given by a boyhood friend of Bustamante. The birthday anniversary is a celebration of every year which is held in the plaza in Lucea and in his house. His home can be visited by tours, it is a National Monument.

Lucea Beach,©Virtual BCM-Bobb & Company Marketing/Flickr

Lucea Parish Church
The major structure of the Parish Church building from Lucea dates back in 18th century. This church was built in 1725. This is the oldest church of Hanover. People said that a tunnel show the way from below the church to close Fort Charlotte, that is just about one quarter of a mile away.