The parish of Manchester is located in the County of Middlesex in west central Jamaica. The Capital of Manchester is Mandeville the only parish capital that is not located on the coast of Jamaica or a famous river on the Island. Mandeville is one of the largest and most affluent areas on the island of Jamaica. A large number of businesses that exist in Jamaica got their start in Mandeville including bauxite-mining industry. One of the oldest and most popular hotels of the Caribbean, The Mandeville Hotel, is located in the parish of Manchester. The Right Excellent Norman Washington Manley one of the Nations Hero’s was born in this Parish. The countryside is mountainous and picturesque but the climate is usually the coolest part of the Island of Jamaica. Citrus produce grows in abundance in this part of Jamaica including: oranges, and grapefruit.
Spur Tree Hill located on the main south coast road just three miles south-west of Mandeville is one of the most spectacular views in all of Jamaica. The Road ziz-zags down the entire length of the extremely steep Don Figueroa Mountains. The road is home to several world-renowned small restaurants mainly known for their curry goat and jerk chicken, making Spur Tree Hill an excellent scenic option if you are looking to break up your journey through this mountainous terrain. There are a great number of notable tertiary institutions in this parish, The Northern Caribbean University, a Seventh-day Adventist institution, The Jamaica Bible College and the Bethel Bible College are all located in this Parish in Jamaica.
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