Walking through the town of Port Antonio is like a refreshing blast from the past. The narrow streets are lined with rustic Georgian and Victorian buildings such as the Neo-romanesque Anglican stone church (1840), which evidently has stood the test of time. A sunset promenade past the Musgrave Market or along Harbour Street is a great introduction, where local vendors sell cold coconut jellies while schoolers flex their skills in pick-up football matches set against a striking coastal vista.
There is also a craft market, art gallery, supermarkets and commercial center offering a variety of shopping alternatives. The street is a historic "walk in the park."