Residential Areas

Much like a big city, each neighbourhood and borough in Cayman has it's unique qualities, quirks and characteristics. Read on for an explanation of residential areas not only in Grand Cayman, but in the Sister Islands too.

Grand Cayman

Being the largest of the three islands, Grand Cayman has great areas to discover – from living luxuriously on the beach to a quaint canal front condo, Grand Cayman may surprise you with its unique residential options.

Cayman Brac

The most easterly of the Cayman Islands, the Brac, is about 12 miles in length and just over a mile in width. Early Scottish fishermen who settled here gave the Island its name. Brac is Gaelic for bluff, named after the limestone ridge that runs down the centre of the Island reaching an elevation of 150ft at the eastern end.

Little Cayman

Little Cayman is truly little. Ten miles in length and one in width, it harbours a permanent population of fewer than 200.