WELCOME TO CAYMAN BRAC
Only 12 miles long, Cayman Brac (known simply as ‘The Brac’ to locals) is named for its breathtaking bluff. Offering a slower pace of life, Cayman Brac allows thrill-seekers and nature-lovers to get up close and personal with rare flora and fauna. The tiny towns here have names like West End, Watering Place, Cotton Tree Bay, Creek, and Spot Bay.
Limestone caves and sinkholes contrast waters containing awe-inspiring dives along seawalls and even a sunken ship. Towering up above endangered parrots, brown boobies and peregrine falcons perched in the lush green canopies. On the ground, a crisscross of hiking trails will lead you to unusual flowers, reptilian habitats, and historic sites of all kinds.
Just a 30-minute flight from Grand Cayman, “The Brac” holds untold stories. Homes are modern with many oceanfront and inland plots and properties for sale.