With some of the most luxurious properties in the world gracing the shores of the Cayman Islands, discerning buyers are presented with a diverse range of luxury living choices from beachfront villas to the most opulent of luxury condominiums such as The WaterColours on Seven Mile Beach. With the onus on Love of life and Lifestyle, this Caribbean destination lends itself to the ultimate in luxury blended with location and limited tax liability. With the highest standard of living in the Caribbean, only an hour’s flight from Miami, residences around the island and particularly within the Seven Mile Corridor enjoy spectacular views of the Caribbean ocean in the safety of a first world environment.
An Idyllic Island Getaway and hidden jewel in the western Caribbean Sea, with Cayman's crystal clear waters, endless variety of marine life and miles of sandy beaches, it’s no wonder that Cayman is a haven for water sports enthusiasts. Legendary for scuba diving and all water sports, it also has a varied on land spectrum of fantastic activities. Below is a list of experiences to be explored:
The Cayman Islands are re-known for beach living, boating, and golfing however one of the biggest draws is the snorkeling and scuba diving to be found here which is some of the best in the world. Cayman is world famous for it’s abundance of exquisite dive sites and thousands of avid divers visit every year to explore the wonders of nature in this amazingly pristine Caribbean ecosystem.
The annual International Underwater Film Festival aims to raise awareness of marine conservation efforts, both here in Cayman and globally, while giving attendees the opportunity to meet celebrities in the diving world. The festival is held every November and coincides with the annual inductees into the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame.
NB: Little Cayman's tranquil waters are well known as one of the top three diving sites in the world according to Mr Jacques Cousteau himself!
Britannia Golf Club, the Caribbean's first signature Jack Nicklaus Golf course combines three courses in one. A nine hole Championship regulation with an 18-hole par 57 executive course built in.
Blue Tip, the Greg Norman-designed golf course with eight holes overlooking the water at the Ritz Carlton is both challenging and an beautifully holistic experience in it’s own right.
White Sand beaches, the gentle lapping of ocean waves and a laid-back Caribbean pace of life isn’t enough luxury for you then to help you truly unwind, Cayman offers a wealth of decadent spas and wellness offerings to pamper to your every whim including the ultra luxurious ‘Silver Rain, La Prairie Spa’ at the Ritz Carlton, ‘Bodyworks’, ‘The Da Vinci Centre’ and ‘Hibiscus’ Spa at the Westin Casuarina Resort.
For such a small group of islands, Cayman has a host of fun and educational activities, ranging from touring historical buildings to exploring exotic gardens. With so many options at your fingertips, walk, kayak, drive and sail into an adventure you’ll never forget.