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Cayman Luxury Relocations | George Town and Eastwards – A Snapshot Guide to the Most Popular Neigbourhoods in the Cayman Islands.
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George Town and Eastwards – A Snapshot Guide to the Most Popular Neigbourhoods in the Cayman Islands.

George Town and Eastwards Popular neighbourhoods in Cayman
Sep 29 2020

George Town and Eastwards – A Snapshot Guide to the Most Popular Neigbourhoods in the Cayman Islands.

Here’s the other half of our neighbourhood snapshot guides to help you orient yourself when planning your move to Cayman. It features of some of the most popular neighbourhoods in Cayman from George Town and Westwards shown in an interactive Google Map.
Click each coloured section and learn more about the neighbourhood below.
Use this with our other guide; Seven Mile Beach and Westwards – A snapshot Guide to the Most Popular Neighbourhoods in the Cayman Islands to get the full picture of Cayman neighbourhoods.
Check out our guide: How to Choose the right neighbourhood when moving to the Cayman Islands.

George Town

George Town is the capital and central commercial district of the Cayman Islands.
You’ll find apartments, condos and a few modest single-family homes occupied mostly by professionals and expatriate workers.
Amenities: Restaurants, shopping, schools, hospitals
Beach Access: Less than a 5-minute drive to local public beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 10-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Walking

South Sound

East of George Town, South Sound is a beautiful tree-lined neighbourhood community of single family homes and condos extending along the South Sound coastline and inland. A large expatriate community of professionals and their families live here.
Amenities: Cayman Islands Tennis Club, Cayman Islands Squash Club, Cayman Islands Rugby Club, local beaches, kids’ playground, public park, walking, cycling.
Beach Access: Less than 5-minute drive to local beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 15-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 10-minute drive

Grand Harbour

Grand Harbour is a peaceful upscale residential neighbourhood with several gated communities comprising mainly large single-family homes with some new condo developments occupied by executives and professionals.
A large number of canal front homes offer the boating lifestyle.
Amenities: Boating, shopping, restaurants, gym, skate park, kids play area, walking/cycling, school, bowling alley, skating rink.
Beach Access: Less than a 5-minute drive to local public beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 20-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 15-minute drive

Patrick’s Island & Omega Bay

Patrick’s Island and Omega Bay offer a mix of well established canal front and oceanfront homes within the gated communities with easy access to the North Sound. Here you’ll find mostly owner-occupied family homes within the mature communities.
A large number of canal front homes offer the boating lifestyle.
Amenities: Boating, walking/cycling, gated community
Beach Access: Less than 10-minute drive to local beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 25-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 20-minute drive

Prospect, Red Bay, and Spotts

A large area with a diverse mix of homes. Red Bay offers modest canal-front properties while along the South Coast in Spotts and Prospect you’ll find upscale beachfront homes. Mainly families who want to be on the water without paying the premium of South Sound and Seven Mile Beach.
Amenities: Convenience stores, restaurants, shopping, schools in Savannah and Grand Harbour
Beach Access: Less than a 10-minute drive to local beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 25-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 20-minute drive

North Sound Estates

North Sounds Estates is a quiet neighbourhood with waterfront homes on canals and facing the North Sound. One of Cayman’s older canal front subdivisions, Further east into North Sound Estates you’ll find more modest homes and lower priced canal front options. Long term residents and Caymanian families.
Amenities: Convenience stores, restaurants, shopping, schools in Savannah.
Beach Access: Less than a 10-minute drive to local beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 25-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 20-minute drive

Savannah and Lower Valley

These adjacent neigbourhoods are quiet, leafy, and green in the most fertile part of the Island. These are more inland properties and mostly modest properties, owner-occupied by Caymanian and long term residents.
Amenities: Convenience stores, restaurants, shopping, schools
Beach Access: Less than a 10-minute drive to local beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 25-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 20-minute drive

Bodden Town

Bodden Town is Cayman’s most historic district, founded in the 1700s, and the former capital of the Islands, with some Caymanian families able to trace generations of family history in Bodden Town.
You’ll find a few beachfront condos and more modest single-family homes inland, although the houses get larger further Eastwards towards Frank Sound. The vibe is rustic Caribbean charm.
Amenities: Restaurants, small artisanal shops, convenience stores
Beach Access: Less than 5-minute drive to local public beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 35-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 25-minute drive

East End

Secluded East End is a mix of quaint local cottages and luxury estate homes and boasts the lowest population density in Grand Cayman.
Residents comprise mostly vacation home-owners and tourists, and also local Caymanian families going back generations.
Rustic Caribbean beachfront charm.
Amenities: Intimate local restaurants, small convenience stores, resorts, watersports
Beach Access: Less than 5-minute drive to local public beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 40-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 30-minute drive

Northside, Cayman Kai, and Rum Point

The sleepy Northern districts offer ultra-luxurious beachfront single-family homes and condo developments as well as more modest family homes in a largely less developed part of the island. The residents are mainly part-timers; snowbirds, vacationers, and renters. The vibe is an idyllic, super relaxed tropical island escape.
Amenities: Powder sand beaches, yacht club, restaurants, watersports
Beach Access: Less than a 5-minute drive to local beaches
Distance to Camana Bay Business District: Less than a 55-minute drive
Distance to George Town Business District: Less than a 45-minute drive

Wondering which neighbourhood is right for you? Check out our guide; How to Choose the Right Neighbourhood When Moving to The Cayman Islands.

We help you find the best homes in the best neighbourhoods when planning your relocation to the Cayman Islands. Contact us to find out more.

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