Map of Beaches in Providenciales

1 | Northwest Point National Park Beach

Part of the large Northwest Point National Park, this beach is perfect for nature lovers and anyone hoping to see the natural side of the island. Those who take the time to explore the area will see plenty of wildlife, tropical fauna, as well as find great spots for sunbathing and swimming.

Head northwest for five miles (eight and a half kilometers) from the center of Blue Hills to get to this beach, which is situated on the same premises as Northwest Point National Park.

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1 | Davy Bight Beach

Not far from Northwest Point Resort on the island of Providenciales is Davy Bight Beach. Because the resort overlooks the beach, it is often guests that are found spending their time lounging along the shores, however, the property is open to the public and all are welcome.

This beach is four miles (six and a half kilometers) northwest of the center of Blue Hills.

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1 | Malcolms Road Beach

The journey to the beach is a new experience especially for guests seeking an adventure while Malcom's Road Beach itself offers a perfect Caribbean setting and ultimate seclusion. Snorkeling is great here but remember to bring equipment for there are no facilities at the beach.

This beach is within traveling distance of Five Cays, four and a half miles (seven kilometers) to the west-northwest of the center of Blue Hills.

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1 | Little Water Cay

Little Water Cay is a small island near Providenciales also known as Iguana Island after the 2,000 Rock Iguanas that inhabit the land mass. Although the island is surrounded by enticing beaches, visitors may not utilize them due to their status as a protective area of the endangered species.

If you are coming from Providenciales, this beach is found approximately two and a half miles (approximately four kilometers) to the east-northeast of the center of Pine Cay. It's on the island of Little Water Cay.

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1 | Half Moon Bay

Considered a part of Providenciales, Half Moon Bay is little more than a sand bar sandwiched between two uninhabited cays. Because the area is so small, it remains uninhabited, which offers a type of seclusion that can rarely be found these days.

When coming from Providenciales, approximately three and a half miles (approximately five and a half kilometers) northeast to to get to this beach, which is situated on the island of Half Moon Sandbar.

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1 | Blue Haven Beach

Great for those looking to escape the crowds of Grace Bay, Leeward Beach offers a long coast, bright white sand, and sapphire blue water. With just the occasional villa, and with the only resorts you'll see being at the horizon, Leeward Beach is a conveniently located, but quiet beach.

This beach can be found approximately two miles (approximately three and a half kilometers) to the northeast of the center of Grace Bay.

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1 | Simeon Rigby Hole

If tranquility and seclusion are among the top things you look for in a beach, Simeon Rigby Hole Beach on Providenciales is the perfect locale for you. Because it is slightly hard to get to, the beach is often completely deserted, allowing you to create your own private beach getaway for a day.

The center of Blue Hills is four and a half miles (seven kilometers) east of this beach.

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1 | Simeon Rigby Hole

Stretching along for quite a while, Simeon Rigby Hole is a very long beach that guarantees you a plot of sand all to yourself.

Found within easy traveling distance of Five Cays, this beach is located five miles (seven and a half kilometers) west of the center of Blue Hills.

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1 | Blue Hills Beach

Not nearly as developed as Grace Bay Beach, nor as secluded as the Northwest Point National Park Beach, the Blue Hills beach is somewhere in the middle – making it popular for people who want a little of both.

Found on the southeastern outskirts of Blue Hills, this beach is located southeast of the center of Blue Hills.

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1 | Thompson Cove Beach

A small beach, and not very well known by tourists, Thompson Cove Beach is frequented mainly by locals and those staying at nearby villas. The shallow cove and white sand make it perfect for relaxing, but not much else.

The center of Blue Hills is located a mile and a half (three kilometers) to the northwest of this beach.

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1 | Grace Bay Beach

Grace Bay Beach is often considered one of the best in the Caribbean for its perfect blue waters and powdery white sands, and in 2013, TripAdvisor went so far as to name it the second best beach in the world. The beach reclaimed this title in 2014, proving its consistency.

When you're coming from the center of Grace Bay, go about a mile (approximately a kilometer and a half) to the west to find this beach.

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1 | Babalua Beach

Another of Providenciales' less visited beaches, Babalua Beach offers visitors the ability to relax in the warm sun while watching boats make their approach into the nearby marina. Additionally, snorkelers will be able to enjoy the protected waters off the beach where fish and coral can be found.

Situated within easy traveling range of Five Cays, this beach is located approximately four miles (approximately six kilometers) to the west of the center of Grace Bay.

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2 | Turtle Cove Beach

Not far from Turtle's Cove Marina in Sellars Pond is the beautiful Turtle Cove Beach. Despite the locale, the beach remains relatively uncrowded, allowing visitors to enjoy the sun and sand with little distraction.

Interested visitors can find this beach only 0.3 miles (0.5 km) east-northeast of Babalua Beach.

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1 | The Bight Beach

A popular beach for those outside Grace Bay, the Bight Beach is known for it eclectic mix of secluded and developed area. Some parts of Bight Beach has the sand full of rocks, while others have the sand full of beach chairs.

From the center of Grace Bay, go approximately two and a half miles (approximately four kilometers) west-southwest to get to this beach.

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1 | Long Bay Beach

The main attractions on Providenciales are the beaches with their stunning sands and waters that are perfect for playing in, and Long Bay Beach offers both. Its seclusion, however, is one of the main attractions.

This beach is located approximately two miles (approximately three kilometers) to the south-southeast of the center of Grace Bay.

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1 | Five Cays Bay

Five Cays is one of three main centers of population on the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos island chain. Within this area is Five Cays Bay, where visitors can find occasion to get away from their busy days sightseeing and relax along the shore.

Make your way a short distance from the center of Five Cays to reach this beach.

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1 | Turtle Tail Beach

Turtle Tail Beach has some of the whitest sand on all of Provinciales. This a good thing too, since there is really nothing else here.

Situated within traveling distance of Grace Bay, this beach is located approximately two and a half miles (approximately four and a half kilometers) south-southwest of the center of Grace Bay.

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1 | West Harbour Bluff

Known more for exotic sightseeing and spots to explore than swimming, West Harbour Bluff is a beach for someone hoping to experience the natural side of Provinciales. Visitors will find caves, large shells, plenty of wildlife, and even carvings from sailors who shipwrecked here in 1842.

This beach can be found 6.2 miles (10.0 km) from the center of Blue Hills.

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1 | Taylor Bay Beach

Taylor Bay Beach is located on the southwest side of Providenciales. As is common with beaches in the Turks and Caicos chain of islands, the beach is often deserted, giving visitors who visit the beach the quiet and seclusion they crave.

The center of Five Cays is located approximately two and a half miles (approximately four kilometers) to the east-northeast of this beach.

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1 | Sapodilla Bay

A quarter mile of pristine beach offers great lounging and swimming opportunities at Sapodilla Bay Beach. The shallow protected waters are good for yachts to dock here also.

Found within traveling distance from Five Cays, this beach is approximately two miles (approximately three and a half kilometers) to the south west of the center of Five Cays.

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The interactive map above highlights the location of 20 beaches on Providenciales.

Click on the colored pins to explore the map to read more concerning the places shown on the map, or to zoom in to have a better look at that individual area. A second option is to use the table below to interact with the map. Pick a place that interests you, and click on the colored pin in the first column, or you can click on the Area/Vicinity noted shown in the final column.

Points of Interest Near Providenciales
Click to Show Name (Click to Read Article) Area/Vicinity (Click to Show on Map)
Babalua Beach Central Providenciales
Blue Haven Beach 2.2 mi. Northeast of Central Grace Bay
Blue Hills Beach Blue Hills, Central Providenciales
Davy Bight Beach 4.1 mi. Northwest of Central Blue Hills
Five Cays Bay 0.2 mi. East of Central Five Cays
Grace Bay Beach 0.9 mi. West of Central Grace Bay
Half Moon Bay 3.5 mi. Northeast of Central Grace Bay
Little Water Cay (Iguana Island) Beach 2.4 mi. West-Southwest of Central Pine Cay
Long Bay Beach 2.0 mi. South-Southeast of Central Grace Bay
Malcolm's Road Beach 4.4 mi. West-Northwest of Central Blue Hills
Northwest Point National Park Beach 5.2 mi. Northwest of Central Blue Hills
Sapodilla Bay Beach 2.2 mi. South West of Central Five Cays
Simeon Rigby Hole 4.8 mi. West of Central Blue Hills
Simeon Rigby Hole Beach 4.4 mi. West of Central Blue Hills
Taylor Bay Beach 2.4 mi. West-Southwest of Central Five Cays
The Bight Beach Central Providenciales
Thompson Cove Beach Central Providenciales
Turtle Cove Beach Central Providenciales
Turtle Tail Beach 2.7 mi. South-Southwest of Central Grace Bay
West Harbour Bluff 6.2 mi. South West of Central Blue Hills

 

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