The Best Beaches in the Cayman Islands
Collected by Jordyn Kraemer
The beaches of the Cayman Islands are postcard-perfect, with powder-soft sand and crystal clear water. Whether you want to get in touch with your inner beach bum, experience the range of water sports, or wait for a dramatic sunset, these are the Cayman Islands's best beaches.
Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands
Walking along Seven Mile Beach is as classic a Caymanian experience as you’ll find, and while there’s no overstating how exquisite the powdery, damp sand feels underfoot, and how stunning the thousand shades of aqua look offshore, the...
Swingdale Ln, Cayman Islands
While the Cayman Islands may have tons of activities and beaches perfect for families and small children, there is one off-the-beaten-path beach on Little Cayman that is extremely romantic and secluded. Point of Sand, located on the eastern tip,...
S Church St, George Town, Cayman Islands
While convenience isn’t necessarily the first attribute you look for in a Caribbean beach, the fact that Smith Barcadere happens to be super close to the port makes an already great spot even more appealing. Thanks to the protected position...
Spotts Public Beach, Savannah, Cayman Islands
Calm waters, good shade, and jungle gyms comprise the quintessential family beach, and it's easy to find in the Cayman Islands. Spotts Beach, in Grand Cayman, is an idyllic location between the barrier reefs and ironshore cliffs. Here, little ones...
Old Man Bay, Cayman Islands
This beach in Grand Cayman features hidden coves and undeveloped shoreline to walk along in total solitude. With the nearest restaurant about a mile away, it will just be your thoughts, the tide, and the occasional seabird cruising the coast.
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