For some of the best bargains in Jamaica, head to the port town of Falmouth and start shopping. The Albert George Shopping and Historical Center, located in Water Square, features craft stalls and ancient artifacts dating back to the 1800s. While you're in Falmouth, tour the historical town center for a visit to the former residence of slave owner John Tharp, or the townhouse of Edward Barret. The crocodile farm and the Greenwood Great House, where the famous poet Elizabeth Barret Browning once lived, welcome visitors on a daily basis. Located about 20 miles from the popular Montego Bay, Falmouth is easy accessible via cab or bus. For the heart-conscience traveler, the walk or bike ride to Falmouth is a great way to burn some calories. Kingston flights to Falmouth are the easiest way to reach the resort town. Once here, travel by boat, bike or let your feet take you anywhere you need to go at this remote resort getaway.