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Point of Sand

Point of Sand Review

Stretching over a mile on the easternmost point of the island, this secluded beach is great for wading, shell collecting, and snorkeling. On a clear day you can see 7 mi (11 km) across to Cayman Brac. It serves as a green- and loggerhead turtle nesting site in spring, and a marvelous mosaic of coral gardens blooms just offshore. It's magical, especially at moonrise, when it earns its nickname, Lovers' Beach. There's a palapa for shade but no facilities. The current can be strong, so watch the kids carefully. Amenities: None. Best for: Snorkeling, solitude, sunset, walking.

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  • Address: Little Cayman
  • Location: Little Cayman
Updated: 03-10-2014

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