Seven Miles of squeaky clean white sand!
Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman Island truly is one of the most beautiful beaches. Swimming pool-like water reflects a light turqoise tint and meets the pure fine white sand.
Lined with condos and plush resorts, this beach is known for its array of watersports and its translucent aquamarine waters. Australian pines dot the background, and the average winter temperature of the water is a perfect 80°F (27°C).
Seven Mile Beach remains public property, and you can walk the full length past all the hotels and villas. There are restaurants open to the public at most of the resorts, and lots of public beach bars. Some small reefs are located just off shore which offer great snorkelling, especially by the Marriott hotel (an artificial reef), the Governor’s residence, and just to the north of the public beach.
Open grilling is allowed, and pets are free to roam the beach off leash. Loud music and public nudity are, however, strictly prohibited.
South of Seven Mile Beach lies George Town, the capital city of the Cayman Islands, while to the North is the town of West Bay, which has a turtle farm and the limestone formations of Hell.