The farther you go from Grand Cayman's busy docks, the more peace and quiet you'll find. At Stingray City (actually a sandbar), stingrays swim alongside you in the tranquil waters. Closer to town, travelers report finding some of the best massage and spa services anywhere in the Caribbean.
Restaurants in Grand Cayman
5.0 based on 96 reviews
A beautiful church with stain glass windows. Open all hours just to sit for 5 minutes and meditate. A little gem. Worth spending time to visit.
5.0 based on 70 reviews
Artifacts is an antique store founded in 1971 and is a treasure trove of antique jewellery, maps, prints, china, shipwreck treasures, ancient Greek and Roman coins, Spanish American coins both mounted in 14kt gold and unmounted. It is a great spot to pick up a unique gift with a great story behind it. Artifacts is constantly adding to its stock so there is always something new to interest customers and collectors. Artifacts has a great reputation for selling quality goods from trusted sources. The staff are extremely knowledgeable about antiques and are happy to explain the background to any of the items on sale.
Artifacts has all kinds of antique items. Yet the ancient Greek, Roman, and shipwreck coins are the best items to view and purchase. I purchased an antique string of graduated pearls for my wife that were from 1920. They are so cool! If you come to George Town, skip the shirt shops and go into this shop for a real Caribbean experience.
4.5 based on 859 reviews
Located on the southwest part of Grand Cayman, this is a good bathing spot.
My husband and I snorkeled around the Cove and saw beautiful fish and sea urchins. There were so many different types of fish we could not keep count.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
4.5 based on 807 reviews
Great place to enjoy some relaxing time on the beach and get in some good snorkeling at a reef that is easily accessible from the beach. We were visiting Grand Caymen on a cruise ship and while most passengers gravitated to Calico Jacks or Royal Palms, we headed further away along Seven Mile Beach and had a very different and enjoyable experience away from the crowds. As pointed out by others, there are no facilities at the beach. However there are a number of trees available and plenty of shade if that is preferred. There was a couple picnic tables available as well. We put our beach towels down and enjoyed a beautiful relaxing day at a not too crowded beach. Bring your own drinks and food and snorkel gear. I snorkeled for about an hour with plenty of fish to see all around the reef which is located about 100 yards from the beach. Beach access is along a foot path just to the north of the cemetery. Getting back to our ship was easy on the public bus with a bus stop right across the main road from the cemetery. $2.50 per person for the 15-20 min ride back to Georgetown. This was much quicker than the "taxi" we were loaded into at the port which made several stops to drop off the other 20 passengers before arriving at Cemetery Beach.
4.5 based on 1,422 reviews
Great Experience Amazing place a must go place if you go to Cayman island the beach its free just dont take out of the water the star fish you get nice pictures there go on week end
4.5 based on 5,859 reviews
Seven Mile Beach is a slice of heaven in Grand Cayman! Depending on where you are along the beach, you have areas of gorgeous white sand for playing and swimming, rocky areas perfect for snorkeling, teeming with exotic fish, calm turquoise water, restaurants, condos and miles of uncrowded shorelines to walk and explore.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands' (NGCI) new purpose built 9,000sq ft facility houses the Cayman Island's national art collection, a gallery for temporary exhibitions, a lecture theatre, education centre, art library, sculpture garden and café. The gallery's busy schedule includes 75 art happenings per month, up to 8 exhibitions a year featuring Caymanian and International artists and several large scale community arts events.
I was impressed by the National Gallery. The space is lovely and decently sized. The permanent collection upstairs was bolder and more exciting than I might have expected, and there was a great retrospective on the painter generally viewed as Cayman's greatest living artist. And no admission fee--bonus!
4.5 based on 711 reviews
Governors Beach was a beautiful day spot for our family during our cruise stop to Grand Cayman. We utilized the public bus to and from the port area, which was an easy walk and overall convenient and affordable means of transportation. The beach was clean, not too crowded and very beautiful. Snorkeling was also very nice at this location.
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