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Nestled on the beach, this Providenciales resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of Pelican Beach and Turtle Cove. Grace Bay Beach is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) away.
£715 per night for 2 guestsGansevoort Turks And Caicos£715
Situated by the ocean, this condo is within a 5-minute walk of Salt Mills Plaza and Grace Bay Beach. The Regent Village Shopping Mall and Coral Gardens Reef ...
Inn at Grace BayGet Rates
Located in Cockburn Harbour, this beachfront hotel is in a national park and within a 5-minute walk of Long Cay Beach and The Boiling Hole. Highland House is ...
£286 per night for 2 guestsEast Bay Resort, South Caicos£286
This Cockburn Harbour hotel is on the beach, 2.5 mi (4 km) from Highland House, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Long Cay Beach and The Boiling Hole.
Sailrock ResortGet Rates
Located in Providenciales, this beachfront resort is in the city centre, 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Grace Bay Beach and 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Turtle Cove. Pelican Beach ...
£647 per night for 2 guestsThe Palms Turks and Caicos£647
Nestled on the beach, this Providenciales hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of The Regent Village Shopping Mall and Grace Bay Beach. Leeward Beach and Salt Mills Plaza ...
Royal West Indies ResortGet Rates
Encircled by aquamarine waters, pristine beaches and colourful reefs, the Turks & Caicos Islands are among the most beautiful in the Caribbean. Book a hotel in an archetypal desert island paradise; the territory is a fantastic destination for anyone looking to explore idyllic beaches, dive, snorkel and swim in tropical waters and enjoy a more relaxed pace of life. Other activities available on Turks and Caicos include kite boarding, sailing, fishing, jet skiing, kayaking, hiking and 4x4 safaris.
Providenciales – Though not the largest island in the group, Providenciales is the busiest and is home to many of the islands’ restaurants, shops, hotels and attractions. It boasts three of Turks and Caicos’ most beautiful beaches, one of the best golf courses in the Caribbean and a great choice of watersports and day trips.
South Caicos – Once the most populous island in the archipelago, today South Caicos is a sleepy and largely deserted destination with empty beaches, rugged landscapes and some of the clearest water in the territory. Great for diving, bird watching and swimming, South Caicos will offer you a glimpse into a different side of the Caribbean.
Cockburn Town – The capital of the Turks and Caicos Islands, Cockburn Town is dotted with charming colonial buildings, colourful streets, grand old hotels and historic sights. Visit the Turks and Caicos National Museum, Her Majesty’s Prison, now restored to its former glory, and St. Mary’s Anglican.
North Caicos – Home to some of the quietest beaches in the region, North Caicos is a fantastic destination if you want to find your very own piece of paradise. Great for snorkelling, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and hiking, North Caicos is ideal for anyone who wants to get out and explore the landscape.
If you want to learn a little more about the history of the Turks and Caicos, there are a selection of sights to explore. Visit the museum in Grand Turk, the ruins of Cheshire Hall Plantation on Providenciales and the Sapodilla Bay Rock Carvings overlooking South Dock which bare the names of travellers shipwrecked in the 18th and 19th centuries. There are many natural sights to take in that include the Hole, a large sinkhole on Providenciales, the Chalk Sound National Park and JoJo the Dolphin, a friendly bottlenose who has become a feature of the waters around the islands.
If you’re interested in watersports and activities, the Turks and Caicos Islands have a lot to offer. Enjoy spectacular scuba diving and snorkelling trips in the crystal clear waters, kayak through mangroves, swim in the warm waters or have a go at kiteboarding, stand up paddle boarding or jet skiing. Alternatively, if that all sounds a bit too energetic, take a boat trip out onto the waves or find your very own deserted beach and soak up some Caribbean sun. In the evenings, you’ll find a choice of restaurants and bars on Providenciales and Grand Turk, as well as a smattering of eateries on the archipelago’s other islands.