James Bond films aren't just about high-speed car chases, tuxedos and beautiful women; they also feature stunning scenery in the starring role, with the isle of Jamaica a true scene-stealer. Take a look at our guide to James Bond in Jamaica, for the Caribbean's hottest scenes.
It is impossible not to think of James Bond films without conjuring up images of Jamaica's alabaster sands where Honey Rider (Ursula Andress) emerged from the sea, sashaying sensually with a conch shell in hand. The scene in question is from Dr No, shot in 1962; the location is a beautiful sugary-fine beach in Jamaica's Ocho Rios. And the result is perhaps one of the most famous spy films of all time, in which Jamaica's idyllic white beach is almost upstaged by a white bikini.