Little Cayman is the smallest of the three islands that make up the British Crown Colony officially known as the Cayman Islands of the British West Indies. Little Cayman is located 480 miles South of Miami and 80 miles Northeast of Grand Cayman. When a group of adventurers opened the Southern Cross Club in 1958 the island boasted a population of only 12 people. Now home to about 129 year-round residents, Little Cayman continues to be one of the least developed, safest, and easily accessible tropical islands in the western hemisphere. Little Cayman entices visitors with its seclusion, the undeveloped beauty and diversity of its marine environment, and the unspoiled tranquility of its land and beaches. Over the years, many Caribbean islands have lost their natural, unspoiled scenery to over-development, but on Little Cayman time stands still. You won’t find any loud crowds or fast food franchises here. Instead, you’ll find The Southern Cross Club, offering you the ultimate in barefoot elegance.