It's been said that the best attractions in this region are their beaches. There are bound to be nearby beaches that you will enjoy.
All of the coastal areas in the Cayman Islands have different features that will affect your experience. To see those available near Sunset House, see the following table. Click on the following names to learn more:
|Seven Mile Beach||4.5||N||2.1 mi. South of West Bay|
The most convenient option is Smith's Cove. Bear in mind that this beach is located three quarters of a mile to the south of this property, so your group won't have to go far to enjoy an endless sparkling backdrop. Extraordinary snorkeling opportunities are available at Smith's Cove and trees line the small beach, providing large pockets of shade. It's sometimes populated with Cayman locals. Some venues in the Cayman Islands are frequently packed with people, but a few are packed with amenities too — and this one is no exception: With on-site facilities like picnic tables, restrooms, and showers you will have all you need for a great day on the coast.
Visiting the town or local neighborhood nearest to your resort can help you get out of your comfort zone to experience something a little different, no matter if it's for a quick family outing, or dining with locals at their authentic restaurants. Sunset House is found in toward the center of Georgetown.
The table below lists some of the areas near Sunset House.
|Seven Mile Beach||3.4||N|
Tourists who want to be in the middle of the action during their stay on Grand Cayman will find that Sunset House is the perfect place for active guests, especially if they plan to take advantage of this busy part of town. You will find that this particular region boasts plenty of places for travelers to explore, including Dr. Roy's Ironshore, Cayman Islands National Museum, and National Trust Visitor Center. Though there are at least three great attractions nearby, the closest one is Dr. Roy's Ironshore.
Several more of this property's nearest attractions are listed in the following table.
|Dr. Roy's Ironshore||Historical Site||--||--||Georgetown|
|Cayman Islands National Museum||Museum||0.7||NE||Downtown Georgetown|
|National Trust Visitor Center||Museum||--||--||Georgetown|
|Fort George||Historical Site||0.9||NE||Downtown Georgetown|
|National Gallery of the Cayman Islands||Museum||2.2||NNE||1.9 mi. North of Georgetown|
|Movie Theater||2.6||N||2.3 mi. North of Georgetown|
|Cayman Islands Brewery||Brewery||3.6||E||Prospect Park|
|Watler Cemetery||Historical Site||3.7||E||3.0 mi. East-Southeast of Georgetown|
|Park||4.2||N||2.5 mi. South of West Bay|
|Governor Gore's Bird Sanctuary||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||5.4||E||Savannah|
|Old Savannah Schoolhouse||Historical Site||6.0||E||Savannah|
|Kittiwake Shipwreck And Artificial Reef||Park||5.2||N||West Bay|
|Pedro St. James National Historic Site||Historical Site||6.6||E||1.5 mi. South West of Bodden Town|
|Dolphin Cove||Dolphin Encounter Service||6.2||N||Batabano|
|Bodden Town Guardhouse Park||Historical Site||--||--||Bodden Town|
|Cayman Turtle Farm||Zoo||6.7||N||West Bay|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.3||N||West Bay|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.1||N||West Bay|
|Mission House||Historical Site||9.1||E||1.3 mi. East of Bodden Town|
|Meagre Bay Pond Animal Sanctuary||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||10.0||E||2.5 mi. East-Northeast of Bodden Town|
|Hiking Trail||12.5||E||5.9 mi. Northeast of Bodden Town|
|Mastic Reserve||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||13.0||E||5.6 mi. East-Northeast of Bodden Town|
|Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park||Botanical Garden||14.6||E||7.2 mi. East-Northeast of Bodden Town|
|Heritage Beach||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||14.9||E||7.3 mi. East of Bodden Town|
If you're looking for somewhere interesting to go, Dr. Roy's Ironshore is an option worth considering. Once upon a time, Dr. Roy's House stood as an important landmark in the eyes of the people of the Cayman Islands -- but unfortunately it was torn down in order to build a financial center. Though many people are still distraught over the building's demise, its memory lives on across the street on an interpretative sign overlooking the "Ironshore."
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