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Sand, surf, art and history in George Town
Use your car rental in George Town to visit some of the most popular attractions to get the most out of your time on the island.
It wouldn’t be the Caribbean without idyllic beaches, so head to where the sand is creamy white, the water is as clear as a swimming pool and palm trees sway enticingly. Seven Mile Beach is the main spot on Grand Cayman, where you can head for snorkelling, swimming and scuba diving, or simply find a spot under a shady tree for a picnic. Rum Point is a less-frequented spot on the northern shores of the island if you’re after something quieter.
While you’re looking to the water for some genuine Cayman Island experiences, visit the Cayman Turtle Farm to see a few of the 11,000 green sea turtles that call it home - some of which weigh up to 600 pounds!
One of the local gems is an ‘island style’ store, Pure Art Gallery & Gifts. As a small converted cottage on Church St, the attraction is bursting with locally made treasures in the form of paintings, prints, gifts, delicious treats, ceramics, sculptures, books and artefacts from around the Cayman Islands, Cuba, Jamaica, Central America and Key West.
As a British territory in the Caribbean, the islands have a fascinating past and culture, much of which can be seen in the museums and galleries of Grand Cayman. The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands keeps a balance of local and international art, hosting about six exhibitions annually, as well as the country’s National Collection. The Cayman Islands National Museum is in the heart of the city and contains a plethora of historical memorabilia. The museum itself is the oldest public building in the islands, and has previously been used as a dancehall, post office, jail and courthouse!
Jamaica is another island you should not miss while in the Caribbeans. In case you feel more adventurous, you could head to Costa Rica or Haiti, just a short flight away.
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