This north side beach is predominantly enjoyed by sightseers and those taking a loop around the islands shoreline.
Located on the eastern coast of the island of Cayman Brac, 0.8 miles east of Spot Bay, You should consider dropping by regardless of whether you are staying in the immediate vicinity. If you plan to sunbathe or take a nap on a fairly secluded beach, you shouldn't miss the opportunity to visit North East Point.
If you're on Cayman Brac already, head northeast on the coastal road and you'll find this rocky edge of the island boasting spectacular views of the ocean.
The very northeastern edge of Cayman Brac is known as North East Point. It's a rockier, grayer beach than some of the smoother white sand spots around, but offers more interesting topography including beautiful rock bluffs.
Keep in mind that restrooms won't be found on-site, though you may be able to use the facilities at a nearby business.
North East Point provides a quiet and relaxing retreat, especially since the region surrounding the beach won't be overly crowded.
North East Point is beautiful natural attraction, which you'll find on the North East coast of Cayman Brac. It's located near, which is one of a number of local attractions.
If you want to mix some cultural exploration with your trip to the beach, you should plan a trip to Cayman Brac Museum, a lovely museum found within reach of a cab, giving you a chance to see, and learn about, even more of the area.
Beaches are one type of attraction you can visit, but there will be more options available in the Cayman Islands. The following table contains attractions that are the closest.
|Park||0.1 mi.||NW||Cayman Brac|
|Lighthouse Steps||Historical Site||0.6 mi.||E||Cayman Brac|
|Cayman Brac Lighthouse||Lighthouse||1.0 mi.||ESE||Cayman Brac|
|Heritage House||Historical Site||1.5 mi.||W||Cayman Brac|
|Spellman Mclaughlin Home||Historical Site||2.0 mi.||WSW||Cayman Brac|
|Botanical Garden||4.5 mi.||WSW||Cayman Brac|
|Captain Charlie Kirkconnell's House||Historical Site||5.2 mi.||WSW||Cayman Brac|
|Cayman Brac Museum||Museum||7.0 mi.||WSW||Cayman Brac|
|Rebecca's Cave||Historical Site||9.3 mi.||SW||Cayman Brac|
|Salt Water Pond||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||9.5 mi.||WSW||Cayman Brac|
|Park||10.0 mi.||WSW||Cayman Brac|
The number of other vacationers sharing this coastline can vary widely, depending on time of day, season, and how many of the nearby hotel rooms have been booked.
You shouldn't anticipate finding any of the Cayman Islands' frequently visited hotels and resorts near this beach, though if you're trying to dodge masses of vacationers, the lack of places to stay will surely be a pleasant sight.
While the area surrounding North East Point isn't exactly a culinary hot spot, you'll probably still spot a few places to try, especially if you're prepared to drive a bit. The closest places to grab a bite to eat is, which is a delicious choice during or after a day at the beach.
The table below provides a list of dining options near this beach.
|--||Caribbean||Very Casual||1.2 mi.||W|
|(345) 948-0232||Caribbean, International||--||3.4 mi.||WSW|
North East Point is just one of many beaches you can visit on Cayman Brac.
You may also enjoy Booby Point, which is located within a couple of miles.
There are countless experiences to enjoy in the Cayman Islands, and dropping by North East Point is just one way to appreciate a pretty afternoon.
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