Queen's Highway & Colliers, Grand Cayman
Located at the furthest point north east from the most populous areas of Grand Cayman, the area of Colliers and the Queen’s Highway road that runs along its perimeter are about as remote as you can get on Grand Cayman, starting from Colliers Public Beach to the east at East End and heading north to North Side, so it’s the ideal spot for people looking for absolute privacy and seclusion while still enjoying some of the most dramatic and beautiful coastlines of all.
Resplendent homes here often come with their own private beaches, panoramic ocean views, thousands of square feet and opulent design and finishing. For those hoping to create their own slice of paradise and stamp their unique identity on a home, land lots are available, often with beach or ocean front views, or inland for a more affordable choice.
In this quiet location there are few interruptions to disturb the peace, however the location does have some great amenities and is served by a handful of really lovely restaurants, including the delightful Australian restaurant, Tukka, which serves a legendary Sunday barbeque brunch alongside the ocean. If you arrive at the right time you can enjoy the feeding of the huge frigate birds that populate the area and can often be seen riding the breezes. Taking advantage of the expansive beaches in this location, Morritt’s Resorts and the Wyndham Reef Resort are both located here and offer dining and bar options as well as a good selection of watersports equipment, so you can take make good use of the prevailing breezes that make this location a wind surfing heaven.