The beaches of Bodden Town are of course picturesque, but lacking in public facilities so guests should arrive prepared to handle any of their needs on their own. Snorkeling is said to be a nice change from lying on the beaches, with a few underwater sights to be seen, and calm waters to make it a pleasurable experience.
You'll discover a large number of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. For detailed information about any of these beaches you can click on the names of the ones you are interested in.
Frank Sound Beach: This is a good spot to take a break if you're on your way from George Town to East End. It's a beautiful spot and there won't be a crowd.
Another alternative to consider is North Side Beach. A nice stretch of white sand shoreline, this beach is mostly populated by those renting the beach-side accommodations here.
Water Cay: Water Cay is on a little jutting cape on Grand Cayman, providing an incredible panoramic view of the endless Caribbean sea.
The beaches in and around Bodden Town are displayed directly below.
|Cayman Kai||Cayman Kai, 6.3 mi. North of Central Bodden Town||North|
|Frank Sound Beach||6.7 mi. East of Central Bodden Town||East|
|Heritage Beach||7.3 mi. East of Central Bodden Town||South|
|Meagre Bay Beach||2.8 mi. East-Northeast of Central Bodden Town||South East|
|North Side Beach||6.4 mi. Northeast of Central Bodden Town||North East|
|Old Man Bay Beach||Old Man Bay, 8.0 mi. Northeast of Central Bodden Town||East|
|Rum Point||Cayman Kai, 6.3 mi. North of Central Bodden Town||North|
|Spotts Bay||Savannah, 2.0 mi. West-Southwest of Central Bodden Town||South West|
|Water Cay||Water Cay, 5.5 mi. North of Central Bodden Town||North West|
If you would prefer having a wider range of points of interest beyond this category, you can look farther afield. To read a more complete discussion of other attractions, visit this page.
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