The Cayman Islands is a British Overseas Territory located in the Caribbean. There are three islands in the group, the largest – and possibly best known – being Grand Cayman, followed by Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. With a population of just 55,000 across all the islands, you can be sure of a friendly welcome and superb hospitality.

Each of the trio of islands offers a unique holiday experience whether you are in search of adventure, tranquillity or yearn to immerse yourself in the history of the place.

Grand Cayman is perfectly named, not just because of its size but also for the wealth of arts, history and the rich culture ready to be discovered. In George Town, you will enjoy the contrast of traditional architecture standing side-by-side with modern buildings. For the shoppers amongst you, there’s a plethora of choice from designer brands to locally produced treasures.

Away from the hustle and bustle, don’t miss the chance to spot rare creatures like the Blue Iguana in Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. I’d also highly recommend a trip to the Turtle Centre or Pedro St James to see the oldest building in Grand Cayman.

Just a 30 minute hop across to the charming, unspoilt island of Cayman Brac and you can be sure of an adventure to leave you lasting memories. Nature lovers will jump at the chance to spot endangered parrots and other birds in the lush forests scattered across the island. This island is the perfect location for a laidback holiday or romantic destination wedding.

The smallest island is the aptly named, Little Cayman at just 10 miles long and 1 mile wide. You would be hard-pressed to find a more relaxing location anywhere in the world. For thrill-seekers, Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park offers arguably some of the most dramatic diving in the world.

The range of accommodation available in the Cayman Islands really does have something for everyone, or alternatively, you could take one of the many cruise routes which include a stop in Grand Cayman.

The climate is typically Caribbean making it perfect for some winter sun as you will enjoy the best weather between December and April. British Airways fly direct from Heathrow with a flight time of around 12 hours, including a short stopover in the Bahamas before you fly on to Grand Cayman.

For help planning your perfect Caribbean getaway to the Cayman Islands or one of the many other islands, please contact Milford Travel on 01590 644899, email us at or pop in and see us at 78 High Street, Milford on Sea.