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12 Best beaches in Cayman Islands

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Grand Cayman, Spotts Beach
Spotts Beach is one of the best beaches in the island of Grand Cayman. Picturesque palms give pretty shadow, the sand is perfectly white, and the snorkeling in clear water is very good. However, the key feature is the opportunity to swim with sea turtles, which can be often met here. / read more » /
Rating: 8.7 (17 votes)

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Grand Cayman, Starfish Point beach
Starfish Point is a beach in the north of Grand Cayman island, famous for many star fishes in the shallows. Unfortunately, every year there are more and tourists, and less star fishes. So if you take them in your hands, please, don't take off the water. Anyway, this is an excellent place with palms and clear shallow water. / read more » /
Rating: 8.6 (9 votes)
Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, Cemetery Beach
Cemetery Beach is the north end of Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman island. This is a relatively quiet stretch of the popular western coast, - very beautiful and with excellent snorkeling on the home reef. / read more » /
Rating: 8.6 (5 votes)
Grand Cayman, Seven Mile Beach
Seven Mile Beach is the most popular and the longest beach on Grand Cayman island. The south end of the beach is more busy and little overdeveloped. Anyway, there is beautiful white sand everywhere, clear water and a lot of trees, as well as occasional palms near expensive hotels. The snorkeling is great both near the water edge and on the home reef. / read more » /
Rating: 8.5 (3 votes)
Grand Cayman, Smith Cove beach
Smith Cove is a secluded beach in the south-west of Grand Cayman island. There are no hotels, no restaurants, and usually just a few people, - except for the moments when cruise ships are docked in the port. It is believed that Smith Cove has the best snorkeling on the island. However, you may also have a great time sitting in the shade of trees, swimming and jumping into the water from the cliffs. / read more » /
Rating: 8.4 (17 votes)
Grand Cayman, Governor's Beach, fence
Governor's Beach is a small area technically being a part of the Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman Island. It is a small coastal park, located near the Governor's residence. There are a lot of tourists, but most of them just walking along the beach. At 100 meters off the shore, there is a reef with good snorkeling. / read more » /
Rating: 8.4 (7 votes)
Grand Cayman, Rum Point beach
Rum Point is a popular resort area in the north of Grand Cayman island. Most of the coast is beautiful, but is not good for swimming due to the rocky bottom. "Private beach" is the most popular - with sun loungers and hammocks. Admission is free, but it is forbidden to bring your food and drinks. However, the bar is not expensive. The best time is in the late afternon, as during the daytime, there are usually a lot of people from cruise liners. / read more » /
Rating: 8.3 (4 votes)
Grand Cayman, Bodden beach, boat
Bodden is a town in the south of Grand Cayman island. There's no beach to speak of, though the coast looks pretty. Snorkeling on a rocky bottom is good, but it's far from the best on the island. It was notable local food market in Coe Wood Beach, but its better days has gone. / read more » /
Rating: 8.3 (1 vote)
Little Cayman Beach Resort
Little Cayman Beach Resort is located on the island of Little Cayman. Don't be confused with picturesque palms, as in fact this is a diving beach. Since there are many seagrass in the water, most of guests prefer to swim in the pool. / read more » /
Rating: 8.2 (3 votes)
Grand Cayman, Barefoot beach
Barefoot beach is a beach in the northeast of Grand Cayman island. It is always empty without a living soul, while the beach is good, - though not the best on the island. In addition, there is Geneva Kathleen shipwreck, which can be easily snorkelled right from the beach. / read more » /
Rating: 8.1 (9 votes)
Cayman Brac public beach
Public Beach is located in the south of Cayman Brac island. There are palms and trees ashore, while the sand is white mixed with stones. Entry into the water is good, as well as some snorkelling is possible. The beach formally has a shower and toilet room, but these are out of use for a long time. / read more » /
Rating: 7.9 (8 votes)
Grand Cayman, Colliers Public Beach, hut
Colliers is a public beach in the east of Grand Cayman Island. Everything is pretty nice and well equipped ashore. There are few huts for barbecue, as well as shower and toilet room. But on the other hand, there is nothing to do in the water. Swimming is not comfortable due to the rocky bottom and a lot of of algae. As for the snorkelling, it is mediocre, since the water is muddy, and there is nothing interesting to watch. / read more » /
Rating: 7.4 (3 votes)
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