As the pirate capital of the New World, Port Royal was labeled as "The wickedest city in Christendom." The bustling ... More
As the pirate capital of the New World, Port Royal was labeled as "The wickedest city in Christendom." The bustling city sank beneath the waves during the earthquake of 1692, but left enough evidence to tell its story. Silent cannons still keep watch over Fort Charles as they did under the command of Admiral Lord Nelson. Many artifacts have been recovered and are displayed in the Port Royal Archaeological and Historical Museum. Today, tourists flock here to see the remnants of another era, enjoy fine restaurants and buy some souvenirs.
Port Royal is located on the tip of the Palisado and is definitely a place worth seeing. You can tour Fort Charles there for a small entry fee and there's also a museum. Plenty of cannons, the Giddy House and much more can be seen. After you finish viewing the Fort, be sure to go to one of the local restaurants for a wonderful fish meal!!!!!
It has this old charm. Very historic. This is where Columbus landed when he invaded Jamaica. It was once completely covered with Water. You'll see cannons. I went there on a school trip as a child. I didn't get 2 go into the giddy house though because i was too young.
You'd love it
love the atmosphere it is a harbor theam like best fish and bami,festival im talkin goood foood! my favorite resteraunt is "Glorias" they oh my goodness great food i love jamaica is beautiful i suggest u go to port royal at night
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