Wavin’ Boredom Goodbye: The Best Beaches to Visit in Turks and Caicos
The Turks and Caicos Islands are a popular vacation spot for tourists. They’re rich in history and heritage, have a vibrant culture, and encompass an array of international cuisines with streets filled with exotic aromas sure to tempt any tourist.
One of the most popular attractions on the islands is their world-renowned beaches. With soft sand your feet will thank you for, transparent blue waters that are a treat for sore eyes, and numerous water sports, Turks and Caicos should be your next spot if you’re looking for some sun, sand, and serenity.
If you’re planning your trip to Turks and Caicos this season, check out our top picks for the best beaches there!
Grace Bay Beach
Often ranked as the best beach globally, this should undeniably be your top pick when it comes to the beaches in Turks and Caicos. This 12-mile long beach is situated on the north coast of Providenciales, and is full of luxurious resorts for tourists to enjoy. The Bay is also shielded by a breathtaking barrier reef, with unmatchable blue waters bustling with marine life and pearl-white sands. So if you’re seeking to find some Zen, head over!
If you want to go to an intimate and secluded beach, Malcolm Beach would be an ideal choice. It has fewer tourists, and you will be able to enjoy that snorkeling session fully! Though, the way there may be full of bumpy roads, it’s certainly worth the ride and can become quite the adventure.
This secluded beach is located to the east of Grace Bay, and it’s surely worth visiting for its tranquil waters and incredible views. Because this region doesn’t have any upscale luxury resorts, the ambience is quiet and calming. It’s also the perfect romantic getaway.
Tourists can find a luxury rental to stay in, and the eastern side of the Leeward offers kayaking, paddle boarding, and wakeboarding opportunities. You can also engage in beachcombing and find interesting sea treasures like seashells to take back home.
Chalk Sound Natural Park
Chalk Sound offers a unique experience compared to other beaches. It’s a glorious lagoon comprising of two warm water coves, Sapodilla and Taylor Bays. This is the ideal spot if you’re looking to go kayaking or paddle boarding. Moreover, you might also be able to spot a few iguanas on its land!
If you want to add a twist to your beach trip, this beach won’t disappoint.
Planning a trip to the Turks and Caicos Islands? Don’t worry about accommodation!
Villa 306 is part of the Villa Renaissance Boutique Villas and is located in the heart of Grace Bay Beach. With luxurious condos equipped with amenities, you’ll get to enjoy the beautiful beaches on the island too. Our location is ideal for anyone looking to bask in that summer sun on the beach!