Sapodilla Bay Beach Drone Video
Remarkable white sands and warm, shallow, calm waters define Sapodilla Bay Beach. Close to the astonishing Chalk Sound pond, this out-of-the-way Provo beachfront, nonetheless, comes studded with vendors for a lively vibe.
Location: Sapodilla Bay Turks & Caicos lies on the southwestern coast of Providenciales. The islet-peppered lagoon of Chalk Sound — one of Provo’s top attractions — is a stone’s throw from this bay Roughly 900-foot-long, Sapodilla Beach is about 10 miles from the more thronged Grace Bay beach.
Why it's unique: The white sands of Sapodilla Bay Beach are incredibly fine-grained: almost velvety to the touch. The sheltered cove’s waters are exceptionally shallow and calm, ensuring maximal warmth.
Best for... Family swims and snorkels, watersports.
Accessibility: Chalk Sound Drive provides easy access to Sapodilla Bay Beach, a short stroll from roadside parking.
Amenities: Beachfront vendors sell food, drinks, and other concessions while renting beach gear and watersports equipment.
Restaurants Nearby: BWhen hanging at Sapodilla Bay beach, you’re just a short walk from Las Brisas Restaurant. This popular Mediterranean/Caribbean-inspired eatery serves up great lunches and dinners, and its deck - which overlooks Chalk Sound - includes a swimming pool. (You can also rent kayaks from the restaurant, which also runs Chalk Sound cruises.)
Also walkable is Chalkies Sports Bar & Grill. Several other good establishments, including Bugaloos, Chinson’s Grill Shack, and Sharkbite Bar & Grill are but a short drive away.
Activities: The calm shallows off Sapodilla Bay Beach offer family-friendly swimming. Jet-skiing and other watersports are popular pastimes here too. And there’s decent snorkeling amid seagrasses and small reef exposures, especially off the low cliffs fringing the cove.
Know Before You Go: Given that the beach itself is narrow, Sapodilla Bay can at times feel a bit crowded despite the somewhat out-of-the-way location. Taylor Bay Beach to the west is a quieter option nearby.
WIMCO Insider Tip: Head up 50-foot Sapodilla Bay Hill overlooking the beach for a fabulous view of the cove and Chalk Sound. While many have been vandalized or removed, some historical rock carvings left by shipwrecked mariners and others are visible here.