Attractions

Top Choice Beach in North Side

Starfish Point

Crystalline waters protect countless red cushion sea stars along this wonderful little stretch of sand. Soaking in a foot of water all along the beach, the starfish are easy to spot from above the surface, so you do…
Top Choice Beach in George Town & Seven Mile Beach

Cemetery Beach

Ask a local where they like to spend a sunny day, and they will likely direct you to this gorgeous strip of sand at the northern end of Seven Mile Beach. It's rarely crowded – not because it's haunted, but because t…
Beach in George Town & Seven Mile Beach

Governor’s Beach

Tucked in between resorts, the tree-shaded parking lot opens onto a sweet section of Seven Mile Beach that is rarely crowded. There's a reason they call it Governor's Beach: this quiet stretch of sand fronts the Gov…
Beach in George Town & Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach

Although it’s really only about 5½ miles long, this gorgeous strand of beach has flawless white sand and crystal blue waters – just as pretty as a postcard. It is lined with resorts and vacation properties, but the …
Cave in North Side

Crystal Caves

Grand Cayman's newest attraction is this network of mysterious limestone caves, located deep in the island's interior. There are actually some 105 caves located on this property, though only three are open to the pu…
Beach in Little Cayman

Sandy Point

Little Cayman’s best beach is a splotch of reef-protected powder that rarely has more than half a dozen people visiting at any one time. There’s a tiny pier, limited shade and breaking waves 200m out. It's 8 miles f…
Island in Little Cayman

Owen Island

Stroke your inner pirate at this tiny deserted island that’s a quarter-mile offshore from the Southern Cross Club. The beach here is unspoiled and the vegetation thick and unexplored. Get here by kayak, which you ca…
Memorial in East End

Wreck of the 10 Sail Monument

In 1794, a convoy of 10 British merchant ships wrecked on the reef off the East End. Local residents came to the aid of the convoy, rescuing all but eight of the passengers and crew. Legend has it that a royal princ…
Beach in West Bay

Barkers National Park

The first national park in the Caymans, Barkers combines low scrub, dense mangroves and long, sandy beaches. There are no amenities here, but it's a beautiful spot for cycling, horseback riding and kitesurfing. The …
Historic Building in Bodden Town

Pedro St James

The island's oldest building, this Caribbean great house was built in 1780 by one of Cayman's founding families (with slaves doing the heavy lifting). Over the years, the house served as jailhouse, courthouse, and p…