The Turks and Caicos are made up of 40 different islands and cays, making the location a prime Caribbean beach destination known for its beauty and serenity.
The eight inhabitable islands are home to white sandy beaches, beautiful turquoise seas, and an abundance of Turks and Caicos activities.
Whether you come to the islands to relax on the spacious coastline or explore the lively coral reefs, the beaches at the Turks and Caicos will transport your body, mind and soul into a tropical paradise.
Beaches on the Island of Providenciales
Grace Bay Beach
Located on the Island of Providenciales, Grace Bay Beach is a 12-mile stretch of coast that has been named one of the best beaches in the world. Known for its low humidity and cool breezes, Grace Bay Beach is the perfect place to unwind.
The beach is home to the upscale Villa del Sol andPelican Vista, both offering breathtaking views of Grace Bay. Villa del Sol is located directly on the beach in the exclusive Leeward community and is perfect for an island wedding. To take in the view from a different angle, try our Turks and Caicos parasailing opportunities. Or see everything the Grace Bay beach vista has to offer from amazing and luxurious Seabreeze Villa.
Chalk Sound, also located on the Island of Providenciales, is a landlocked lagoon full of brilliantly blue water and surrounded by rocky cliffs. The 3-mile long bay is dotted with innumerable tiny islets and is separated from the ocean by a thin peninsula. Kayak through the blue cays of Chalk Sound or take in the view from the private beach or the sun deck of Bright Idea Villa.
Taylor Bay Beach
This luxurious crescent shaped inlet on the southwest coast of the Island of Providenciales offers visitors seclusion from the busier Provo beaches. White sand and shallow water make this cove the perfect place to build a sandcastle or go snorkeling.
Sapodilla Bay Beach
Located on the west coast of Provo, Sapodilla Bay Beach offers soft white sandy beaches and clear, calm and shallow water. Yachts and small boats often dock in this quiet quarter-mile cove perfect for swimming and world-class Caribbean bone fishing.
Long Bay Beach
This long stretch of coast on Providenciales’ south shore offers beachgoers a much less crowded place to relax. Offering eastern breezes and warm waters, Long Bay Beach is a favorite among divers and kite boarders alike. Explore the luxury beneath the sea by taking advantage of ourTurks and Caicos scuba diving charters.
Beyond Provo: Turks and Caicos Beaches on Grand Turk Island
If you want to explore the beaches on the other Turks and Caicos Islands, Tranquility Vacations Guest Concierge services can arrange daytrips and tours from any of our Provo villas.
Grand Turk is a 7-mile long island full of fascinating coves, beautiful beaches, and Caribbean charm. Grand Turk serves as the capital of Turks and Caicos, but the island is far from business-oriented. Grand Turk offers spectacular water sport opportunities, including diving, fishing, and sailing.
This stretch of coastline offering soft sand and turquoise waters faces the official British Governor’s residence. Governor’s Beach is known for its unmatched seclusion and fabulous off-shore snorkeling.
Thought to be Christopher Columbus’ first docking point in the new world, Pillory Beach is now one of the most popular departure points for divers. This virtually untouched beach contains some of the most beautiful coastline on the islands.