Providenciales

ProvidencialesMiles of Beautiful Beaches & Multi-Layered Hues of Turquoise Sea

  • Published Tuesday, July 10, 2012
  • Updated on Sunday, November 23, 2014

An unspoiled barrier reef, the third largest in the world, protects the islands and presents remarkable sailing and fishing opportunities. Divers and snorkelers alike exhilarate in its vibrant colors, tranquil beauty and abundant marine flora and fauna.

Located in the Turks & Caicos archipelago, Providenciales is the country's cosmopolitan centre. Known locally "Provo", the island offers all the modern conveniences of home while maintaining that casual laid-back island atmosphere that truly is the Caribbean.

Provo is 38 square miles in area and 26 miles long, and is located on the west side of the Caicos archipelago. The south part of the island faces the Caicos Bank, a great shallow, pale turquoise sea composed partly of salty salinas and tidal flats.

The island exemplifies the delicate balance between amenities and seclusion. You can take advantage of the island's daily international jet service from major carriers (American Airlines, Delta, US Airways, Air Canada, British Airways), gourmet restaurants, award-winning golf course, marinas and world-class diving, and yet you're never more than minutes from complete seclusion and privacy.

The north coast is home to the world-renowned Grace Bay Beach, heralded by prestigious Conde Nast Travelers Magazine as "perhaps the best beach in the world."

Grace Bay Beachfront

Link to Property Listings

Link to Providenciales Map

­