The most famous of the Cayman Islands’ beaches is Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach, a stretch of white-powder sand that is actually 5.5 miles long.
This is where the majority of Grand Cayman’s top resorts and condominiums are located, allowing guests beach access just steps from their rooms. If your hotel or condo is not on Seven Mile Beach you can still enjoy it by going to the Public Beach.
We encourage you to explore beyond your hotel beach for a different experience. Another great Grand Cayman beach can be found at Rum Point on the North Side.
It offers powdery white sand and clear, calm waters. You can lie in a hammock, swim, snorkel or take a glass-bottom boat trip.
Smith Cove on the South Side is a protected limestone cove with a white sandy beach. It’s made for a leisurely picnic lunch.
Most of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman’s accommodations are beachfront. Total seclusion can be had in the South Hole Lagoon at Owen Island off of Little Cayman.
Point O’ Sand beach is another quiet beach on Little Cayman. Both are good for picnics and snorkeling.
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