Rum Point, a peninsula on Grand Cayman’s north coast, takes its name from the remnants of the rum barrels that once washed ashore from floundering ships. Today, it attracts beach goers — everyone from locals to cruise ship passengers — who enjoy its beautiful shoreline.
You’ll also find water sports rentals, casual beach cafes and gift shops at Rum Point. Tip: Combine a visit to Rum Point with a morning at Cayman Crystal Caves, about 15 minutes away.
Parking is plentiful and free.