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Seven mile beach

It's not surprising that Seven Mile Beach is not only the most popular beach in the Cayman Islands, but often ranked among the top in the world. Lined with luxury resorts and restaurants, this wide, sugary white stretch of sand is perfect for snorkelling, jetskiing, sunbathing or just grabbing a book and relaxing under a shady palm tree. 

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smith cove

The quiet little bay in South Sound, Smith Cove is famous for its clear visibility and fantastic snorkelling. Relax under a seagrape tree, jump in the water off the rocks and explore the colourful marine-life below. Bring a picnic and make a day of it. The sunsets here are to die for.


rum point

Famous for its postcard-perfect jetty, Rum Point offers soft white sand, crystal clear shallow waters and shady hammocks. A favourite spot for locals and tourists, come on a Sunday and watch the boats come in while sipping on a mudslide.

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starfish beach

A remote beach just off the Northern coast of Cayman, Starfish Point attracts beautiful starfish to its turtle grass lined shores and emerald green, warm waters. Watch the sunset, wade in the water and explore the sandy shoreline.