About Grand Cayman
Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands. Its world-renowned Seven Mile Beach and azure blue waters have made it one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean. Some of the world’s greatest scuba diving can be enjoyed off the coast and along the surrounding coral reef, home
to a myriad of exotic sea life.
Spend your days exploring the many wonders that bring the island’s unique personality to life. Be sure to visit the turtle farm with its human-sized terrapins, experience a unique adventure at Stingray City, or drive out to the sparsely populated east side of the island with its scenic expanse of craggy coastline. In Savannah, you will find the oldest structure on the island, Pedro St. James. Built in 1780 by slave labor and surrounded by lush gardens, the Pedro "Castle" multi-media center will transport you back two hundred years to the birth of democracy in the Cayman Islands. One of the island’s newest features, a skate and surfboarding park, offers an exciting challenge for the adventurous-inclined.
With more than one hundred restaurants, Grand Cayman is a food-lovers dream come true. Whether you’re in the mood for a quick bite, or a dinner you’ll never forget, the island offers a full range of cuisines from all parts of the world. As for traditional Cayman specialties, be sure to try the island’s Jamaican-inspired jerk and curry dishes, featuring conch, lobster and local seafood, complimented by coconut, plantain, breadfruit, yams, cassava, rice and peas and other West Indian side dishes. If you’re feeling truly exotic, try one of the native turtle dishes, traditionally served BBQ-style.
Coral Stone Club's central location on Seven Mile Beach serves as the perfect launching point for your daily activities, and puts you in walking distance to some of the island’s finest cuisine and shopping.