The inviting beaches on South Caicos are touted by locals as the most alluring attractions in the Caribbean. Luckily, South Caicos Ocean & Beach Resort is on the water, so you won't have to go very far to have an amazing view of the water.
Of course, since South Caicos Ocean & Beach Resort was built directly on Long Cay Beach, spending time at the shore is one of the main attractions here. 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.
Travelers who aren't ready to book their rooms before learning about what's located nearby may be wondering how close (or far) the nearby town or city is from their accommodations. South Caicos Ocean & Beach Resort is located in Cockburn Harbor, a town on South Caicos; it's 23 miles (37 kilometers) to the west-northwest of Balfour Town.
The table below lists some of the areas near 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|
Although there aren't many attractions located near the resort, you can still visit the nearby Brown House, which is one of the closest.
View the table below to learn more about what attractions are nearby:
|Brown House||Historical Site||22.9||ESE||Balfour Town, Salt Cay|
|White House||Historical Site||23.0||ESE||Balfour Town, Salt Cay|
|Caicos Heritage House||Historical Site||24.5||E||1.0 mi. North of Cockburn Town, Grand Turk|
|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|
If you're on the lookout for a chance to see something a little different, Brown House might be what the doctor ordered. 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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