Lighting up the westernmost point of Jamaica, Negril's Lighthouse stands at 20 meters (65 feet) tall and is one of the earliest concrete lighthouses, having warned ships away from the promontory since 1894.
Originally powered by kerosene, the Lighthouse switched to solar power in 1985 and flashes every two seconds.
You can still climb its 103 steps today for unparalleled views over the Caribbean. It's a popular spot at sunset.
To get here follow West End Road south of Negril. It's best to drive or catch a cab as the road is quite dusty and narrow.