Rich in history, Bodden Town was the first capital of the Cayman Islands and continues to offer visitors a peek at the past. Mission House, one of the area’s most popular attractions, shows what life was like for early Caymanian settlers. Tucked into a natural harbor, Bodden Town has its own public beach and local cultural feel, where neighbors enjoy spending time together and there is a strong sense of community.
Just a short drive to the attractions and dive sites of East End and half-way between Seven Mile Beach and the beaches of Rum Point, Bodden Town is a local village with lots of growth potential. New renovations after Hurricane Ivan continue, making it an appealing place to invest. The area offers several beachfront properties, as well as more modest single-family homes inland.
While there are some local restaurants, most residents drive into George Town for weekly grocery shopping and other amenities.