Beaches in Turks and Caicos
Grace Bay Beach
This twelve mile beach on the northeast coast of the island will thrill guests with its soft white sands and sparkling waters. Grace Bay Beach is known as one of the most scenic beaches in the Caribbean, however, its length makes it easy to find a secluded spot. On one end is Smith's Reef, known for its snorkeling, while the other end “Leeward” offers quiet beauty and access to the mangroves.
Long Bay Beach
Located on the southeastern shore, the calm, shallow waters of this quiet beach make it ideal for young children. You'll see conch shells lining the beach and you can search for you own by digging in the shallow waters. Take a horseback ride on the beach here with Provo Ponies.
Northwest Point Beaches
Ranked as one of the top twenty beaches by Trip Advisor, Northwest Point beaches are ideal for snorkelers and avid scuba divers. The beach is known for its south Pacific atmosphere complete with tiki huts, and is the most secluded beach out of the major tourist spots.
Taylor Bay Beach and Sapodilla Bay Beach
Located on the southern shore of the island across from Chalk Sound, Taylor Bay and Sapodilla Bay are two of the out of the way beaches worth visiting. Calm, shallow water make these ideal for families with small children.