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Sugar sand, secluded, spacious - how will you describe Cayman's beaches

Seven Mile Beach


Regularly topping the listings of the world’s best beaches, Seven Mile Beach is only one of the many reasons why Cayman is considered the ultimate Caribbean destination. Located on the western shore of , this popular Caribbean beach is the most well-known on the islands. Attracting visitors from all over the world, the Seven Mile Beach features clear waters and coral sands and is home to many luxury resorts.

Seven Mile Beach is public property so visitors can walk the full length past several , , and , regardless of where you’re staying. There are restaurants open to the public at most of the resorts and several public beach bars. A day at the beach can leave your head spinning yet wanting more. Whether you are looking to work on your tan and watch the waves roll in, partake in some adventurous parasailing or shallow snorkelling in the Caribbean Sea, Seven Mile Beach provides all ages a chance to enjoy what their Caribbean holidays in the Cayman Islands is all about.

Finding a spot under the trees for a picnic is one of the first things some do when they come to the beach. Others rent wave runners and enjoy the thrill of being out on the open sea, while some prefer to join a volleyball game with the locals.

Seven Mile Beach is close to several popular Cayman Islands activities. Pet friendly stingrays in , shop the Seven Mile Shops, and snorkel or scuba dive in the calm waters around Cemetery Reef. The Cayman  and Cayman’s capital Georgetown are also nearby.


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Hints & Tips

  • Be sure to apply sunscreen often. 
  • Many sports supply stores sell children's floats, one-piece float suits and snorkels.  
  • Compete with friends on who has visited the most Cayman beaches.