The sparkling beaches on South Caicos are touted by locals as some of the most-loved attractions that you'll find on the islands.
Fortunately, this property is located on the water, so you won't have to go far to enjoy what makes the region so popular.
Needless to say, since South Caicos Ocean & Beach Resort is positioned directly on Long Cay Beach, laying out in the sun is a popular pastime at this property. Long Cay Beach is located on the southern coast of South Caicos, in an area of the island that rarely sees much traffic other than by travelers heading to the beach.
Vacationers who'd like some more information about what's located nearby might want to find out how far—or near—the neighboring city or town is from the property. South Caicos Ocean & Beach Resort is located on the southern side of Cockburn Harbor, a town on South Caicos; it is 23 miles (37 kilometers) to the west-northwest of Balfour Town.
Below are the names of some of the neighborhoods and towns located within a short distance of South Caicos Ocean & Beach Resort.
|Big Ambergris Cay||14.5||SSW|
|Little Ambergris Cay||17.1||SW|
|Balfour Town, Salt Cay||23.1||ESE|
|Lorimers, Middle Caicos||23.6||NNW|
|Cockburn Town, Grand Turk||24.5||E|
Though there are not many attractions within a close distance of the resort, you will be pretty close to Brown House, which is one of the closest.
This option and more are detailed in the following table:
|Brown House||Historical Site||22.9||ESE||Balfour Town, Salt Cay|
|White House||Historical Site||23.0||ESE||Balfour Town, Salt Cay|
|Turks & Caicos National Museum||Museum||24.5||E||1.0 mi. North of Cockburn Town, Grand Turk|
|H.M. Prison Museum||Museum||24.6||E||0.7 mi. North of Cockburn Town, Grand Turk|
|Grand Turk Lighthouse||Lighthouse||25.4||E||3.8 mi. North of Cockburn Town, Grand Turk|
If you're looking for an interesting place to visit, Brown House might be the right choice for you. Built in the early 1800's, Brown House was the first house built on Salt Cay. It was originally the home of a local salt merchant and over time has been thoroughly restored by the Salt Cay Preservation Foundation.
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