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Turks Caicos Beaches

There are 230 beaches that cover the series of small islands that compose the Turks and Caicos. Each beach is secluded and tranquil, but each shoreline offers unique features.

The most visited beaches on these islands are located on Providenciales, also known as Provo. Every beach on Provo is covered in beautiful white sand, with the majority of the hotels situated on Provo’s northern coast.

One of the major draws to Provo’s beaches is the small crowds. Tourists will be able to relax in quiet and tranquil surroundings during their stay here.

The picturesque sandy Whitby Beach provides the perfect setting for sunbathing or an afternoon beach hike. Tourists seeking adventure during their stay in North Caicos should visit Horse Stable Beach. Numerous events and beach parties are held here each year.

Tourists in South Caicos will be drawn to the green waves and lagoon style water found off the shore of Belle Sound Beach. Just south of this beach is the unpopulated and secluded Big Ambergris Cay. Located on East Caicos’ northern coast is a large 17 mile beach where cattle formally grazed.

Many people travel to Grand Turk to enjoy the beautiful sunsets, private picnics, and numerous activities available on its beaches. One such beach is the crescent-shaped Governor's Beach, where beachgoers can sunbath on the white sand or enjoy a peaceful swim in the crystal clear Caribbean water. Another popular beach, Little Bluff Point Beach, is situated on Grand Turk’s northern shoreline.

There are many fine beaches located on the northern shore of Salt Cay. This is a great beach to collect small shells and sea glass. Although this beach is unpopulated, it is a popular beach.

 

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