Seven Mile Beach

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  • Address: West Bay Rd., Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, George Town, Cayman Islands
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Beach, Food And Drinks, Water Sport

Seven Mile Beach - Review

One of the first things you’ll notice about the Seven Mile Beach is the huge expanse of white sand and water so blue that it enraptures you. A popular destination for all those looking for the quintessential Caribbean spot, most of the top grade resorts and restaurants have claimed a part of the Seven Mile Beach.

Since the beach is public property, no part of the beach is cordoned off to the public. You can walk along the shore for the entire length of the Seven Mile Beach. While you’re there, visit Stingray City and pet one of the most deadly marine creatures. A plethora of water activities are available here; Seven Mile Beach will never disappoint you!

Seven Mile Beach Ticket Prices

  • Entry is Free.
  • Since the Seven Mile Beach is a beach, it has no business hours no entrance fee either.

Restaurants Near Seven Mile Beach

  • The Greenhouse
  • The Cracked Conch by the Sea
  • Alfresco

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TripHobo Highlights for Seven Mile Beach

  • Seven Mile Beach Address: West Bay Rd., Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, George Town, Cayman Islands
  • Seven Mile Beach Timing: 24-hrs
  • Seven Mile Beach Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Seven Mile Beach(preferred time): 11:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Seven Mile Beach: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Seven Mile Beach

  • 95% of people who visit George Town include Seven Mile Beach in their plan

  • 45.61% of people start their Seven Mile Beach visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Seven Mile Beach

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Seven Mile Beach

People normally club together Cayman Spirits Co Distillery and National Gallery Of The Cayman Islands while planning their visit to Seven Mile Beach.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Seven Mile Beach, George Town Reviews

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  • This was the highlight of my Caribbean vacation. The grand cayman seven mile beach was phenomenal. Close to white sand that felt like you were walking on flour. It was incredible. Absolutely breathtaking to be near. The warmest, cleanest, teal waters and amazing coral reefs. The ocean floor was the same soft sand. This was a truly incredible experience and I pray I get to visit this place again! Oh and if you go to the royal palms I believe it’s called, drink a sparkling lemonade 🤣 it’s delicious

  • An incredible beach! The water is perfect! So clear, and blue and clean. Perfect clarity. The sand is perfect too and feels so good on your feet. Perfect place to relax and have fun. Great place to watch the sunset. You can also snorkel here as well

  • This beach was breath taking. The sand was incredibly soft and I'm so ready to go back and have my kids experience this. If you do go here, you will love it! The ONLY downfall was they were trying to charge us $12 to sit in a lawnchair and $15 with an umbrella. That's a ripoff. I'd rather lay down my towel and chill in the sand than to pay a fortune.

  • No surfing?? Oh well, only have snorkeling over the shallow reefs, watching peacock flounder and bright reef fish to relax with. Grandkids think the ocean is a big pool.

  • We loved Seven Mile Beach. It is an absolutely gorgeous Caribbean paradise beach - straight off of a postcard or magazine. We thought it was going to be really crowded, but it was only moderately so - there was plenty of space to set up away from other people, and have our own little section in the water. The sands are very white and the water is so clear and bright. You can wade in quite far. There is great reef snorkeling by the Governer's House - you have to a swim in a bit from the shoreline but there are no currents so it wouldn't be a problem for anyone who is reasonable comfortable in deep water.

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