The Caribbean Sea is once more protagonist to an unequalled trip. Considered as one of the most tourist islands in this sea, the Cayman are composed by three islands: Great Cayman, Cayman Brac and Small Cayman. Grand Cayman is the biggest and important of the three and one of the most favored tourist destinations in the Caribbean. this island formerly called " oblivion island" has preserved its British traditions. Nowadays there is not only great interest about its culture, but also about its 12 kilometers of sandy and crystal clear beaches and coral reefs. Its capital is George Town, a small city that is more cosmopolitan than the neighboring islands. The island has attractive tourist entertainment, hotels and gastronomic offers in restaurants such as Cracked Conch, Selkirk Plaza, West Bay Road, Spanish Cove Barkers and West Bay, with a varied national and international food. Cayman Brac has very few inhabitants and has no cities, only small villages such as Stake Bay (the capital) and West End, where the airport is located. The Small Cayman is the tiniest of the islands. A sign reading "Private property, visitors are welcome" receives those who seek quietness. There are only very few hotels and restaurants but it has a refuge called Owen Island with a blue lake and a pretty good beach. There are only about 50 inhabitants in the island people. To the Southwest there is a town called Blosson Village.