Developed by the local chapter of the National Trust, this site of the first, albeit temporary, Cayman Islands settlement in the 1660s is lined with traditional cottages; bricks are dedicated to old-time residents and longtime repeat guests. There are picnic tables, a playground, and a dock. The beach is small but has plenty of shade trees, good snorkeling, and calm water. Amenities : None. Best for : Snorkeling, swimming.