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Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed yesterday

7 MB is an ideal location to stay or visit during your Grand Cayman holiday. It may feel too developed for some travellers, but the beach is never jam packed. The water is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, etc. Tons of restaurants, shops and groceries all...More

Thank DebClift
Reviewed yesterday

Went to Grand Cayman on vacation. I have been here before but this time we went to the public beach. The beach was nice and clean and offered chairs and umbrellas for a small fee. The wife and I enjoyed the beach setting and the...More

Thank Phillip D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Calm, blue clear waters ... beautiful and great to jet ski on. Def would come back.... beware cruise ships can make this beach more crowded on days they are in port

2  Thank just2eazy4me
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

7 mile Beach is a very pretty well-kept stretch of beach or you can go for a long stroll on. Safe and the water is beautiful. One of the nicer beaches in the Caribbean

1  Thank Tom P
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Seven Mile beach is one of my favorite beaches I have ever visited. The water is turquoise blue and clear visibility even in shoulder high water. The sand is sugar soft and is wonderful to walk. I am on the constant search for my "perfect...More

1  Thank BD17614
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Very nice beach except windy day. Uncrowded historic beach. Highly recommend it for families also. Nice sand, wide gentle sloping

1  Thank 987FrankC
Reviewed 3 days ago

This beach in Grand Cayman is just beautiful. The water is clear, the sand is soft, and the views are stunning. there are different activities for the single traveller, families and the honeymooners. It is a pleasant stay when you are coming off of the...More

1  Thank arwen2769
Reviewed 3 days ago

We've been to Grand Cayman twice and 7 mile beach is our favorite beaches in the world. The kids love it, it is clean, and the views are stunning! I can't recommend staying right on 7 mile beach when you go to Grand Cayman!

1  Thank jeffbtracy
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

More of mature adult type feel. Very clean and relaxing. Food is expensive and taxis are too, I would recommend the public bus $2 CI on each ride and they will drop or pick you up anywhere on the main drag.

1  Thank TravSayMav
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Can we just say Paradise!!!! The water was warm and pleasant. We absolutely loved the locals everyone was so nice here!

Thank wisor77
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MandyScents
Is there good snorkeling off the public beach? Can you rent snorkeling gear on the public beach?
June 19, 2017|
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Response from nlyron | Reviewed this property |
along 7 mile beach the snorkeling was not as good as I expected
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cnesselrodt
Our family of 4 (2 adults, 16 and 11 year old) will be visiting GC and staying at the Ritz the last week in July...Curious as to the best way to navigate around the island so we can visit The Turtle Farm, Stingray City, Pedro Saint James, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, The Farmers Market (on Wednesdays). We are also thinking about horseback riding, definitely a snorkel adventure (prob w/Stingray). Also open to other suggestions. We are not divers and have never tried snorkeling (but is on our must do list for sure). We do like to explore the historical sites and exploring a bit. Is there a 'town' that offers local's shopping or a straw market like in Nassau? We aren't thinking it be wise to rent a car (we aren't that adventurous as we are used to USA driving). Wasn't sure if the bus system would visit all of these places, or if we would be better off to set up a planned excursion(s) with the hotel or try it on our own- maybe the hotels offer better 'bundle' deals? Also, we are interested in the experienced opinions of dining- we want to experience the local, more relaxed environment instead of the formal dining experiences. We do want to have 1 or 2 'nice' dinners so a bit of feedback for that too. 3 out of the 4 of us will eat/try/and like most anything and one pretty picky palette kiddo. My apologies for the lengthy post, but I was hoping to capture as much specifics as I could think of. I greatly appreciate the time anyone gives in reply. Thank you!
June 19, 2017|
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Response from swamprat2016 | Reviewed this property |
We've been there three times, now. First, you still should rent a car. I recommend Andy's Car Rental across from the airport. The places you want to go are at opposite sides of the island, over twenty miles away. Get a car... More
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ACLLNS786
We will be visiting GC on a cruise and plan to take a taxi to a nearby beach instead of booking an excursion. We want a day to relax... beach chairs and umbrellas, food, drinks, music playing. We don't really want to fight for a place to sit, either. What beach/resort area should we tell our cab driver to take us to? Thanks in advance!
May 31, 2017|
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Response from loews | Reviewed this property |
Royal Palm is a popular day pass venue with access to the beach including beach chairs etc. check the website.
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