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Best Beaches In The Cayman Islands

Millions of tourists flock to the Cayman Islands each year, many come to visit our best beaches and if you are local you get the enjoy them all year round. Whether you prefer a quiet relaxing spot or lots of activities there is so much diversity you are sure to find a favourite. Here we have put together our top 5 best beaches found in the Cayman Islands.

 

1. Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

The award winning Seven Mile Beach can be found on the western side of Grand Cayman and is the most popular beach the Islands have to offer. Voted number 8 on ‘TripAdvisor’s best beaches in the world 2019’, take a stroll along the shoreline and stop off for refreshments at one of the many bars and restaurants along the way such as Calico Jacks located near Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa. Seven Mile Beach is easily accessible and has an array of water sports on offer, why not try Cayman Snorkel Co. for a great day out. 

Relax to the sound of rolling waves on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman

 

2. Cayman Kai, Grand Cayman

At the northern tip of Grand Cayman lie the breath-taking white coral sands of Cayman Kai. One of the best beaches you will find in the Cayman Islands, visitors can enjoy water sports, sunbathing, swimming and more without the crowds found at many of the other beaches on the Island. Lined with palm trees you can find shade when needed or stop off for refreshments at Kaibo Beach Bar and get a real feel for Island life.  

 

3. Rum Point, Grand Cayman

Rum Point is located on the north side of Grand Cayman. It is a vibrant beach and a family favourite with lots of activities and amenities. A popular spot for swimming, snorkelling and water sports where you can also find shady spots, hammocks, picnic tables, changing rooms and showers. You don’t want to miss a visit to the well-known Wreck Bar, creator of the famous Mudslide cocktail and server of international cuisine – yum!  

Rum barrels welcome you to this lively beach in Grand Cayman

 

4. Owen Island, Little Cayman

The only way to reach this exclusive beach is to sail or kayak across from the southwest coast of Little Cayman. With no buildings or residents, Owen Island is the perfect sanctuary for some rest and relaxation. Visitors often take a picnic and find a quiet spot in paradise for the day before heading back to the mainland.

 

5. Smith Cove, Grand Cayman

You can find this protected cove on the South Sound near to the ports. Smith Cove is a fantastic spot for snorkelers and especially recommended for beginners and children as you don’t have to go too far from shore to see beautiful corals and limestone formations. With public restrooms, picnic benches and outdoor showers, Smith Cove is easily one of the best beaches in the Cayman Islands. 

There’s so much to explore at Smith Cove in Grand Cayman

 

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