1 | Cottage Pond Beach
Located on the way to Sandy Point, Cottage Pond is enshrouded in mystery due largely in part to the fact that nobody knows exactly how deep the pond is. Legends abound about the are, from the idea that a mermaid inhabits the water source, to stories of Royalists tossing slaves in to drown several hundred years ago.
Visitors will be able to find this beach within easy traveling range from Whitby, approximately four and a half miles (approximately seven kilometers) west of the center of Whitby.
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1 | Pumpkin Bluff Beach
Set on North Caicos, Pumpkin Bluff is on the way to the more popular Three Marys Cays. Though beautiful, Pumpkin Bluff is typically deserted outside of a large collection of bright pink flamingos who have made the body of water their favorite place to sunbathe.
Found on the western edge of Whitby, this beach is approximately a mile and a half (approximately three kilometers) to the west of the center of Whitby.
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1 | Whitby Beach
Stretching out for a long nine miles on the island of North Caicos is Whitby Beach. It is certainly one of the most recommended on the island, and often appears on lists among one of the best beaches in the whole of the Caribbean for its beauty, calm waters, and quiet seclusion.
Travelers will be able to find this beach in the heart of the neighborhood of Whitby, west-northwest of the center of Whitby.
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1 | Horse Stable Beach
Turks and Caicos is known for its abundance of secluded beaches, and Horse Stable Beach on North Caicos is no exception. Despite the fact that there is a collection of villas nearby, this beach remains practically deserted on a regular basis.
This beach can be found on the eastern outskirts of Whitby, approximately a mile and a half (approximately two kilometers) east of the center of Whitby.
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1 | Sandy Point Beach
Located on North Caicos, Sandy Point Beach was once nearly deserted, only known by boaters and locals who reveled in its isolation. Recently, however, several resort developments have brought the beauty that is Sandy Point to many a vacationer's attention.
Found on the island of Parrot Cay, this beach is approximately a mile and a half (approximately two and a half kilometers) northeast of the center of Parrot Cay.
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The interactive map above shows the location of 5 beaches on North Caicos.
To find more info about the points shown on the map, or to zoom to a closer look at a particular location, click on each of the colored map pins. Another alternative is to interact with the map by using the table below. To do so, click on the colored pin shown in the first column, or you can click on the Area/Vicinity noted shown in the third column.