The beaches on Little Cayman are often described as having the appeal of Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman without the crowds and development. Soft sands, calm waters, and a deserted island feel is the appeal of the shores on this tiny island.
You'll find an abundance of beaches to enjoy on the island. If you are hoping to have a long stretch of sand to yourself, you are likely to be rewarded, since several of these beaches are fairly secluded and free from development. Just click on the name of the beach for more detail concerning that particular location.
Owen Island: Owen Island is a tiny speck of land off Little Cayman's south shore. The waters surrounding the little island are transparent blue and shallow and it's known as a great fishing spot.
Another option worth considering is West End Point Beach. A more secluded spot on the west end of Cayman Brac, this beach has a long stretch of soft, white sand and shallow waters along the shore for lazy wading in the warm Caribbean.
Charles Bight Beach: While this is a beautiful spot, it is not a known beach destination and there are no resorts here. It is empty and undeveloped.
Take a moment to read the table just below to learn more.
|Bloody Bay Beach||1.4 mi. Northwest of Central Blossom Village||North West|
|Blossom Village Beach||0.2 mi. South West of Central Blossom Village||South West|
|Charles Bight Beach||2.0 mi. East of Central Little Cayman||East|
|1.9 mi. West of Central Little Cayman||North|
|Owen Island||0.8 mi. East of Central Blossom Village||South West|
|Sandy Point||5.8 mi. West of Central West End||East|
|West End Point Beach||1.6 mi. West of Central Blossom Village||South West|
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