Minutes Away From Cayman’s Attractions
Located on the world-famous Seven Mile Beach corridor, Villas of the Galleon’s five-star location makes everything you love about Grand Cayman easily accessible.
With 240 dive sites surrounding Grand Cayman, divers will delight in the walls, wrecks, and great visibility the island’s waters offer. Often cited as the birthplace of diving in the Caribbean, there’s over 500 species of fish and other tropical sea life to see.
Due to the limestone geology and lack of rivers on the island, there’s almost no runoff that clouds the marine environment. Snorkelers can enjoy clearest waters the Caribbean has to offer and see all kinds of sea life.
From tasting authentic Caribbean rum at Cayman Spirits Co. or relaxing with a mudslide at Rum Point, to swimming with sea turtles Cayman Islands Turtle Farm, there’s always something to see on Grand Cayman.
If you’d like to explore the land on Grand Cayman, there are plenty of parks to accommodate. Hike the 2.3-mile Mastic Trail and try and spot the Grand Cayman Parrot, meet blue iguanas at Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, or even visit Hell.
Visit Georgetown, the capital of the Cayman Islands, for duty-free shopping for luxury products in a historic setting. Camana Bay, West Bay, and Bodden Town also have excellent vendors.
Villas of the Galleon is conveniently located close to several restaurants and bars, including Yoshi Sushi, Legendz Sports Bar, and Eats Cafe. Other Seven Mile Beach restaurants to check out include Calypso Grill, Morgan’s Harbour, and Cracked Conch.