Beaches on Little Cayman

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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. 

Pick Your Ideal Beach

You will discover an abundance of beaches to choose from on the island. If you enjoy having lots of space around you, you will be pleased to know that several of the beaches are fairly secluded and quiet. Click on the name of each beach to get additional information about that section of the coast.

Owen Island: This island is not far off Little Cayman's coast, so to get here you could rent a sea kayak and paddle right out to it.

A second option for beach-goers to consider is West End Point Beach. This beach does not offer much shade, as most of the trees are far from the coastline. The ocean floor is clear and shallow.

Charles Bight Beach: Charles Bight Beach has a beautiful view of a sandbar which protects the shallow waters along the shore.The shoreline has a very thin stretch of white sand and natural vegetation behind it.

The chart directly below lists more information about the beaches found on the island.

Beaches On Little Cayman
Name Location Coast
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
Jackson's Point Beach 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

If you are seeking a wider variety of attractions beyond what's offered in this category, you should look at other locations. Click to check out our article about other interesting attractions for Little Cayman.

 

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