Grand Cayman | Discover Grand Cayman | Oasis Land

Main Content

Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman

Beautiful beaches and world-class dining


Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman, is the largest of the three islands in the Cayman Islands, a rich territory of the UK. Here at Oasis Land, we have a number of Grand Cayman Real Estate options available.

Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach is one of the finest beaches in the world. Cayman is also known as the 'Culinary Capital of the Caribbean', offering a selection of every cuisine imaginable.

Grand Cayman is an amazing place to visit for anyone looking for a unique experience. The island has so much to offer, from its stunning beaches to its vibrant culture, you can swim with stingrays, bareback horse ride along the white sandy beach, and swim in bioluminescent waters.



Seven Mile Beach

There's no denying that Seven Mile Beach is one of the most beautiful stretches of sand in the world. Located on Grand Cayman island, this white-sand beach is framed by crystal-clear waters and lined with palm trees. Visitors can enjoy plenty of activities such as swimming, sunbathing, fishing, and snorkelling & discover the many bars & restaurants the stretch has to offer.

Stingray City

Stingray City is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Cayman Islands. Stingrays are friendly creatures that love to be around people. Many tourists come to Stingray city to interact with the stingrays and take photos with them. Stingray city is also a great place to snorkel and scuba dive. The clear waters make it a perfect place to see stingrays up close.

Camana Bay

Camana Bay is a lively waterfront town located on Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands. This vibrant community offers a variety of shops, restaurants, bars, and amenities for residents and visitors to enjoy. Camana Bay is also home to many events and activities throughout the year, so there is always something to do in this lively town.




The capital city of The Cayman Islands is George Town, which also contains the main seaport and airport. The main tourist stretch is Seven Mile Beach, which straddles West Bay and George Town. The eastern part of Grand Cayman is the up and coming place to be, with a hint of untouched beauty.

George Town on Grand Cayman is a popular cruise ship destination, on days when there are many ships visiting, the town and tourist attractions get very busy. You can find out which days those are by checking the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism's website or the Grand Cayman Visitor's Guide.

Beyond the glitz and glam of George Town and the crowds at Seven Mile Beach, there’s a lot to explore in Grand Cayman – exquisite local flora and fauna, hidden beaches tucked away from tourist foot traffic, and museums nestled into historic homes, giving a glimpse into the island’s British heritage.

As a son of the soul here in the Cayman Islands, there is absolutely no were else in the world where I would like to live. Me and my family have lived here in Grand Cayman for many generations and I'm now 50 years old, enjoying every sunrise and sunset Cayman has to offer. Grand Cayman Real Estate is unique as we are situated in the middle of the Caribbean which gives you the opportunity to visit most neighbouring islands, as well as north/south America.

~John McLean~

The five districts on Grand Cayman

West Bay

West Bay is a district located on the west side of Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands. West Bay is known for its white-sand beaches, turquoise waters, and lush vegetation. Visitors to West Bay can enjoy snorkeling, diving, fishing, and kayaking.

There are also many restaurants and bars located in West Bay. West Bay is a charming, yet mostly residential district with bendy roads, & pretty Caribbean-style homes.

George Town

George Town is the capital city of the Cayman Islands, located on Grand Cayman. It is known for its George Town Harbour, a deepwater harbour that serves as the main port for the islands. George Town is also home to many financial institutes, making it a hub for international business and finance.

The city has a tropical climate with warm weather all year round, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. George Town is a beautiful city with plenty to offer visitors, from its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters to its vibrant nightlife and delicious cuisine.

Whether you're looking for an action-packed location or a relaxing getaway, George Town is the perfect place to be.

Bodden Town

Bodden Town, the former capital of The Cayman Islands, is named after a former leader of the government, William Bodden. It is located on Grand Cayman's east end and is known for its historic sites and natural beauty.

The town centre is compact and easily explored on foot. Its streets are lined with colourful buildings, many of which have been converted into restaurants, cafes, and shops.

North Side

Although a relatively quiet part of Grand Cayman, there is defiantly no shortage of things to see or do on the North Side. Step back in time & explore the mastic trail, some of the last remaining untouched, old-growth forests of the Caribbean & then head on to the breath-taking crystal caves.

North Side is also home to the rum point, where you can relax on the tranquil beach & enjoy a delicious lunch. If you are looking for a more unforgettable experience, try the Bioluminescence Tours, a sight you will always remember.

East End

Talk of some of the friendliest residents on the Island, the East End has a less tourist feel. This side of Grand Cayman is less developed compared to the other areas, but still has plenty of places to see, eat & explore.

The East End of Grand Cayman has plenty of unspoiled beaches that are great for relaxing and exploring. The quiet roads are also great for fitness fanatics and you'll often find people running and cycling.

If you're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of Seven Mile Beach, then the East End is definitely the place to be. East End is also home to some of the best restaurants on the Island, serving up fresh seafood caught daily. So, if you're looking for a true taste of Cayman, head to the East End.

Owen Roberts
International Airport

Owen Roberts International Airport

Owen Roberts International Airport (ORIA) commenced commercial operations in 1952 and is the major gateway linking the Cayman Islands to destinations worldwide and provides the main point of entry and exit to Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

Owen Roberts International Airport is located in the capital, George Town, and is approximately five minutes from downtown, the banking and financial district and the cruise ship terminal, and is also within close proximity of Seven Mile Beach, the heart of the islands’ tourism industry.

The CI$55 Million dollar Owen Roberts International Airport Expansion and Renovation Project is now under construction and being carried out in two main phases that includes the full renovation and expansion of the existing facility. Enabling the airport to handle forecasted air traffic till 2032.

Get In Touch

Skip to content