#113 best destination in the world

Grace Bay Beach, Providenciales

  • Acclaimed public white-sand beach featuring calm waters and easy access to island resorts

Parrot Cay

  • Parrot Cay is an island in the Turks and Caicos Islands
  • The island contains about 1,000 acres of land, a mile-long beach and features a high-end beach resort with 61 rooms
  • Parrot Cay became a private island resort in 1998
  • It can be reached by a 35-minute boat ride from Providenciales, the main island in Turks and Caicos

Salt Cay, Turks Islands

  • Second largest of the Turks Islands, one of the two island groups
  • Salt Cay is a tiny, flat, triangular island measuring about 2.0 miles on a side and given over mostly to salt pans
  • It was once home to several hundred people, all supported by the salt industry

Sapodilla Bay, Providenciales

  • This scenic, secluded white-sand beach features swimming, recreation and sunbathing rentals

Governor’s Beach

  • Governor’s beach is located on Grand Turk, and the site gets its name from the location of the Governor’s mansion, Waterloo, which is found a short distance from the main beach access

Pine Cay

  • Privately owned island occupied by 36 homeowners and a small exclusive resort The Meridian Club
  • The Meridian Club consists of 13 beachfront hotel rooms, a restaurant, spa, clubhouse and bar
  • Pine Cay was the site of the first tourist development on the Turks and Caicos
  • Pine Cay is less than a mile wide and two miles long, though 9 miles of trails thread the island
  • Island transportation is by electric golf cart and bicycle

Taylor Bay, Providenciales

  • Calm, clear waters sheltered by a peninsula and lined with a secluded white-sand beach