Gastronomy and health tourism are highlights in the Cayman Islands

What sets the Cayman Islands apart goes beyond its beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters. A healthy lifestyle is important to the local community, who also uses kindness to promote well-being and attract visitors. In the Cayman Islands, all types of treatment that the tourist receives from the moment they arrive in the country, together with the various experiences of immersion in contact with nature, fresh food, body treatments and facials, make the destination experience the purest form of relaxation.

When the proposal is to go straight into an intensive wellness treatment in the most traditional molds, this Caribbean archipelago just an hour’s flight from Miami offers several exclusive Spas on Grand Cayman Island, such as The Spa at Seafire, which was designed to bringing the island’s natural beauty into its rooms, with ocean-inspired details, natural lighting and botanical adornments, where numerous beauty treatments are performed.

For an even more exclusive experience, the La Prairie Spa of the luxurious Swiss cosmetics brand La Prairie at The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman delivers treatments with brand-name products inspired by the healing energies of water and air.

No alto da página, imagem do The Hibiscus Spa. Acima, receita especial do Cayman Cabana.

Considered the Gastronomic Capital of the Caribbean, the Cayman Islands have over 200 restaurants, many of which offer “farm-to-table” experiences. Grand Cayman, the largest island in the archipelago, has locally produced fresh local produce. A good option is the newly opened Farmers’ Market on Huldah Avenue in George Town (just minutes from top destination hotels on Seven Mile Beach) which runs Monday through Saturday from 7:30 am. This market brings together approximately 30 farmers from all over the island.

If the traveler is a vegetarian, makes a special diet, gluten-free or simply likes “green” food, the Cayman Islands have many restaurants with options of dishes without animal derivatives and gluten.

Some suggestions for restaurants in the Cayman Islands are Cayman Breakfast Club, Cayman Cabana, Jessie’s Juice Bar, Green House, Island Naturals Café, VIVO Coffee + Restaurant, Bread & Chocolate, Saucha, Full of Beans, Kirk Market, Green2Go and The Brasserie Market. For those looking for a holiday destination that does not compromise on the healthy lifestyle, the Cayman Islands will certainly be a great option to consider.

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