Top 10 Best Beaches

9. Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman.


Seven Mile Beach is a long crescent of coral-sand beach on the western shore of Grand Cayman island. Despite its name, the beach is only about 5.5 miles long. Seven Mile Beach is known for its beauty, recently receiving the honor of “The Caribbean’s Best Beach” from Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine.
It is public property and one is able to walk the full length of the beach, regardless of where you are staying. It is the most popular and most developed area of Grand Cayman and is home to the majority of the island’s luxury resorts and hotels.

Finding a spot under the trees for a picnic is one of the first things some do when they come to the beach. Others rent wave runners and enjoy the thrill of being out on the open sea, while some prefer to join a volleyball game with the locals. Whatever you feel like doing on your Caribbean vacation, you’re sure to find it in the 7 Miles of sand, on Seven Mile Beach!




  1. I would love to visit all of them. They are so gorgeous with the aqua Waterville and white sand. I like the ones that aren’t so crowded more.

  2. Luis Peña beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico is the best beach I’ve ever visited. You must charter a small boat, as it is located on a smaller island. The trip was well worth it, as it was secluded and picturesque. Soft waves, coral to swim near. Pure bliss.

  3. The Cancun, Mexico beach info was the same as Cook Islands. I guess it didn’t load properly but it happened twice…I guess it knew I liked the look of the Cook Islands.

  4. My idea of a great “beach is one that has less gritty sand. My favorite beach is in Cornwall on the southern coast of England. The beach is gorgeous, but Rocky, not sandy.