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The Cayman Islands are three idyllic islands nestled in the warm turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Each island offers a unique experience and, with average temperatures of 28°C, are perfect for a spot of sunshine yearround. The largest of the three islands, Grand Cayman, has something for everyone – whether its total relaxation on the award-winning Seven Mile Beach, excellent dining, bustling nightlife, culture and history, or diving. A short hop from Grand Cayman, the contrasting landscape of Cayman Brac has eight miles of nature trails, caves to explore, great diving and a dramatic Bluff running through the centre of the island. Little Cayman, the smallest of the islands, has a population of 197 and is the perfect place to lose yourself. Relaxing in hammocks under shady palm trees is encouraged, traffic is minimal and iguanas have right of way. Divers will love the Bloody Bay Wall; an underwater drop off teeming with life.
The Cayman Islands lie south of Cuba and west of Jamaica.
British Airways flies to Grand Cayman from London Heathrow four times a week.
There are 365 dive sites to explore, ranging from shipwrecks to colourful coral reefs.
Grand Cayman is home to the rare blue iguana, which was saved from extinction thanks to a recovery programme.
The Pirates Week Festival takes place every November with swashbuckling, sea shanties and a live pirate invasion!