The most vibrant destination in the Cayman Islands is Camana Bay, a thriving New Urbanist town where you can shop, dine, live, work and play.
Located in the heart of Seven Mile Beach, this lively waterfront town brings together more than 2,500 people daily and is enlivened by cultural experiences, world-class shopping and over a dozen restaurants, bars, cafés and speciality eateries.
The 685-acre town is also a global business hub and home to coastal residences, a 75-foot Observation Tower, a weekly Farmers & Artisans Market and Grand Cayman’s only footpath connecting sea to sound.
Whether you are in search of a new home or office, some retail therapy or simply craving exceptional eats and fun entertainment, visit Camana Bay–the most celebrated destination on Grand Cayman.
Pedestrians can easily access Camana Bay from the Seven Mile Beach corridor via the Rise, a pedestrian walkway connecting with the Paseo in the heart of the Town Centre.
All roads lead to Camana Bay! Motorists can get to Camana Bay from the capital, George Town, and from Owen Roberts International Airport and Seven Mile Beach in less than 10 minutes. Free parking is available throughout the Town Centre.
Boat captains can make their way in or take the ferry. Free day docking is available; click to find out more about the Camana Bay Harbour. Coordinates for the Camana Bay channel entrance:
Latitude: 19.323510 Longitude: 81.367715
Coordinates for the Camana Bay Harbour
Latitude: 19.321573 Longitude: 81.376449
Where to start
Discover all you need to know about our vibrant Town Centre when you visit the Camana Bay Visitor Centre, centrally located on Market Street. Stop by, meet our team, and learn how you can book sporting facilities, reserve one of our boat slips, register for an event or purchase a Camana Bay Gift Card (the perfect gift!). If you're curious about anything from best local souvenirs to mouthwatering fare to thirst-quenching cocktails (or are just feeling chatty), then this is the place to visit.
Building Camana Bay
Envisioned in 1995 after the purchase of the former West Indian Club hotel and 238 acres of surrounding land stretching from Seven Mile Beach to the North Sound, Dart started planning a development unlike anything the Cayman Islands had ever seen.
Yes, the Camana Bay Visitor Centre is open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and is located on Market Street. You can also contact the Visitor Centre team at +1.345.640.4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking can be found throughout the Town Centre, for free, 24 hours a day.
Yes, we have four charging stations. Two stations can be found in the basement of the Forum Lane Parking Garage and two more stations can be found on the second floor of the Solaris Parking Garage.
Yes, we pride ourselves on offering a safe and secure Town Centre for all to enjoy. Simply call our 24/7 security team at +1.345.640.HELP (4357) if you have something to report or wish to be accompanied to your car.
We have five secluded courtyards with seating available or you can head over to the Island, a palm-tree-lined sandy space on the Harbour, complete with hammocks and views of the Town Centre.
Yes. Restrooms are located across from Camana Bay Cinema in Jasmine Court and underneath the Observation Tower adjacent to Canella Court.
Yes, there are three banks with a presence in Camana Bay - local bank Cayman National has two ATMs, one located inside their location at 62 Forum Lane and another across from Camana Bay Cinema. Scotiabank has ATMs inside its location at 18 Forum Lane, an RBC ATM is available at 9 Forum Lane, and Butterfield Bank has one ATM located outside its location. All ATMs allow you to complete transactions in CI or US dollars.
Yes WiFi is free. Simply connect to camana_bay.