Do you want to experience an idyllic island life? West Bay is perfect. A charming residential district with comely Caribbean-style homes with winding roads. It is home to one of Cayman’s most popular attractions, i.e., Cayman Turtle Centre.
The award-winning, most gorgeous beach located in Grand Cayman has something to offer to all. Be it taking a long stroll along the shore, sitting on the beach to witness spectacular sunsets, indulge in water sports and activities, or grabbing a drink at the cafes. Moreover, Seven Mile Beach real estate is thriving for the same reasons.
On the outskirts of George Town lies the tranquil neighbourhood of South Sound, favoured by families that enjoy quiet island living. Being close to George Town while enjoying serenity is the most significant advantage of living in South Sound.
George Town is where island life meets the liveliness of city life. Around the cruise terminal, you can find many waterfront homes along with various commercial buildings. Principal attractions in George Town include the Stingray City, Aibanks Dive Center, Cayman Islands National Museum, Cayman Turtle Farm and Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
Red Bay & Prospect is a short drive from the central city with excellent real estate options for people who like the busy city life and individuals who prefer a secluded existence. Both these areas are one of the fastest-growing in Grand Cayman.
Want to be far away from George Town? North Side is a 40-minute drive from George Town with pristine beaches, scintillating views and a fantastic vacation spot. Ideal for retired folks, this district has a little more than a hundred people. Some of the attractions at Northside are the Majestic trail, Crystal caves, Bioluminescence Tour, and numerous watersports options.
Do crystal clear waters, friendly neighbours and mouth-watering cuisine interest you? At Rum Point, you can take island living to a whole new level. Enjoy complete seclusion and fresh air with attractions like the Rum Point Club and enjoy watersports like kayaking, paddleboarding, waterskiing, sailing and taking a boat to the Stingray City Sandbar.
Not as developed as Grand Cayman’s western area, East End and Frank Sound have friendly neighbourhoods with way less commotion than George Town. Untouched beaches, trails, reefs on the island, plus a wide range of eating options are the highlights of this district.
If you are tired of the fast-paced city life and looking for a peaceful retreat, consider Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. These districts are the best to buy a vacation rental or a retirement property. Furthermore, they are full of natural beauty with an abundance of hidden caves, watersports and exploration options.
Are you looking for affordable, family-friendly communities that have all the comforts that life can offer? Look no further; Savannah, Lower Valley & Newlands have properties with the latest amenities, surrounded by magnificent gardens and exotic shade trees. Pedro St. James Castle is a historical site in this area and also a principal tourist attraction.