Cayman Islands Beaches

Cayman Islands Beaches


Cemetery Beach

This beach is located near the cemetery in West Bay and is accessible via a path along the cemetery. It is well known for excellent snorkelling.

Governor’s Beach

Located beside the Governor’s House on gorgeous Seven Mile Beach, this spot is a favourite among residents. It is also fantastic for swimming and snorkelling and is within walking distance to the Westin Casuarina Resort.

Public Beach

Also located on Seven Mile Beach, this popular family beach – with exceptionally beautiful sand – is equipped with several shady cabanas, full bathrooms and a play area with swings and slides.

Smith Cove

This is a wonderful place for snorkelling, swimming and sun bathing. Located off of South Sound Road, it is known for its active underwater life and interesting ambience.

Spotts Beach

A secluded beach with a long dock perfect for diving or relaxing, this is a resident’s paradise. It is located off Shamrock Road in Spotts and is great for snorkelling and relaxing.

Rum Point

Located at the tip of North Sound, Rum Point is a 45 minute drive from George Town. This beautiful spot is outfitted with a restaurant, beach bar, water sports activities and is also very popular with residents on weekends.

West Bay Public Beach

Smaller and more secluded than the others, Public Beach is located in West Bay just after the four-way stop. It is great for swimming and snorkelling.


Point of Sand Beach

Located on the eastern tip of the island, this beach stretches for half a mile. It is great for snorkelling and is breathtakingly beautiful. The currents are usually strong and swimmers are urged to be cautious.

Owen Island

Owen Island is a very small, privately owned island just off the shore of Little Cayman which visitors are welcome to enjoy. It is ideal for a quiet, isolated day of swimming in safe, shallow waters.


“Brac” is the Gaelic word for bluff, the Brac’s most dominant natural phenomena.

It is a limestone ridge that rises gradually from the west along the centre of the island to 140 ft. at the eastern tip, plunging as a sheer dramatic cliff into the Caribbean Sea.

Visitors can explore the bluff and iron shore beneath it

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