Map of Beaches in Turks and Caicos

Providenciales

The third largest coral reef system in the world surrounds Providenciales, protecting the beaches that line the coast from rough water surges. This makes for calm surf that is great for young families and snorkelers. Additionally, the shores are kept clean and even beaches backed by large resorts and near residential communities are public. There are a large selection of beaches to enjoy on the island.… more…

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1 | Pine Cay Beach

Pine Cay is an isolated island between Providenciales and North Caicos. On the island is a private resort and a beach upon which guests can enjoy their own private slice of paradise without the large crowds that large city beaches are known for.

Visitors will be able to find this beach on the island of Pine Cay, approximately a mile and a half (approximately two and a half kilometers) northeast of the center of Pine Cay.

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1 | Dellis Cay

Located in a string of uninhabited islands between Providenciales and North Caicos, Dellis Cay is a 560 acre island known for its beach combing opportunities which typically yield magnificent sand dollars. But the island won't be uninhabited for long.

From Turks and Caicos, this beach is approximately a mile and a half (approximately three kilometers) northeast of the center of Parrot Cay. It's on the island of Dellis Cay.

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2 | Parrot Cay

Parrot Cay is a private island upon which sits a luxury resort and private multimillion dollar homes. Still, the island remains largely uninhabited, and the beach is a beauty.

Travel one and a quarter miles (a kilometer and a half) to the northeast from Dellis Cay to find this waterfront beach, which is located on the island of Parrot Cay.

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North Caicos

Everything points north on the island of North Caicos. The best beaches on the island are without a doubt found to the north, running along the eight and a half miles of shoreline. Most of these beaches have medium sized sandy spaces with soft white powder, but there are one or two that have a bit of a rockier appearance, which is great for photo ops. You will find a good group of beaches to choose… more…

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Middle Caicos

All of the beaches of Middle Caicos are located along the north coast. They range from sands of pink coral, to your typical white sand, and a few are very thin, rocky stretches of beach backed by cliffs that feature tufts of bright tropical greenery. Most of the beaches on this island are secluded at almost all times, so claiming a stretch of coast as your own is fairly easy to do. You'll discover a good… more…

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1 | Yankee Town Beach

Guests can find this beach on the island of West Caicos, approximately a mile and a half (approximately two and a half kilometers) south west of the center of West Caicos.

1 | Long Cay Beach

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.

This beach can be found just 0.8 miles (1.3 km) from Cockburn Harbor, on the island of South Caicos.

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1 | High Point North

High Point North is a beach located seemingly in the middle of nowhere on the island of North Caicos. This secluded location allows vacationers the opportunity to carve a spot in the sand without fear of having to strain to hear the crashing waves over the chatter of other visitors.

Found on the island of South Caicos, this beach is two miles (three and a half kilometers) east of the center of Cockburn Harbor.

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Grand Turk

Grand Turk's west coast is known for having the best beaches, where the sand is soft and the surf is nice. To the north, the beaches are also nice but can be crowded, and along the east coast you'll encounter waters that are riddled with seagrass and other debris that make swimming difficult. Finally, the south coast is rocky and ideal for watersports. There are several beaches to enjoy on the island.… more…

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1 | Cotton Cay

Cotton Cay is an unpopulated beach situated in the Salt Cay District. Visitors often report that they have stumbled upon their very own private paradise when they make the trip to the small stretch of land.

If you're coming from Turks and Caicos, a quarter mile (a half kilometer) to the south to locate this beach, which is situated on the island of Cotton Cay.

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1 | East Cay

East Cay Island is a tiny island located in the Turks and Caicos island chain, not far from Cotton Cay and Salt Cay. It is one of the many uninhabited islands in the chain that is used primarily for day trips to secluded beaches.

This beach is on the island of East Cay, and is four miles (six and a half kilometers) to the east of the center of Cotton Cay.

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1 | Big Ambergris Cay

Named after the waxy substance that comes off the migrating humpback whales, Big Ambergris Cay is an island in the southeast area of the Turks & Caicos chain. Because of its relatively new popularity as a tourist area the island has a kind of wild beauty that has been virtually untouched.

Travel north-northeast for about three quarters of a mile (about a kilometer) from the center of Big Ambergris Cay to find this beach, which is located on the island of Big Ambergris Cay.

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Salt Cay

Check the north coast of Salt Cay for its best beaches, where you'll find smooth, soft sands and calm waters. The other beaches around the island are hit or miss, featuring a rockier landscape which makes it less enjoyable for a day of lounging. If beachcombing is a hobby that interests you, by all means explore. You will discover a handful of beaches to consider visiting on and near the island. Snorkeling… more…

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1 | Little Ambergris Cay

Just south of South Caicos is the small island of Little Ambergris Cay. Much like many other uninhabited islands throughout the Turks and Caicos chain, the main draw of this island is its tranquil beachfront.

This beach is on the island of Little Ambergris Cay, and is only 0.7 miles (1.1 km) northwest of the center of Little Ambergris Cay.

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1 | Big Sand Cay

Big Sand Cay in the Turks & Caicos island chain is an uninhabited paradise whose beautiful shores are inhabited only by iguana and other animal and plant life. The extreme seclusion of Big Sand Cay coupled with its crystal clear waters allow for exceptional snorkeling and the discovery of all forms of underwater life, including the migrating humpback whales.

When coming from Turks and Caicos, this beach is found a short distance east-northeast of the center of Big Sand Cay. It's on the island of Big Sand Cay.

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This map shows the approximate location of 56 beaches in Turks and Caicos.

To read further about the points shown on the map, or to zoom to a close-up view of a specific location, click on the colored pins to explore the map. Another alternative is to interact with the map by using the table below. Pick a place that interests you, and just click on the colored map dot in the left-most column, or you can click on the location description in the final column.

Points of Interest Near Turks and Caicos
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Babalua Beach 3.8 mi. West of Central Grace Bay
Balfour Beach 0.2 mi. North of Central Balfour Town
Bambarra Beach 0.7 mi. Northwest of Central Bambarra
Big Ambergris Cay 0.7 mi. North-Northeast of Central Big Ambergris Cay
Big Sand Cay 0.1 mi. West-Southwest of Central Big Sand Cay
Blue Haven Beach 2.2 mi. Northeast of Central Grace Bay
Blue Hills Beach 0.6 mi. Southeast of Central Blue Hills
Cedar Grove Beach Cockburn Town, Eastern part of Turks and Caicos
Conch Bar Beach 0.1 mi. Northwest of Central Conch Bar
Conch Bar West 1.6 mi. West-Northwest of Central Conch Bar
Corktree Beach 2.4 mi. North of Central Cockburn Town
Cottage Pond Beach 4.4 mi. West of Central Whitby
Cotton Cay 0.3 mi. South of Central Cotton Cay
Davy Bight Beach 4.1 mi. Northwest of Central Blue Hills
Dellis Cay 1.7 mi. South West of Central Parrot Cay
East Cay 4.0 mi. East of Central Cotton Cay
Five Cays Bay 0.2 mi. East of Central Five Cays
Gibbs Cay 2.5 mi. East-Southeast of Central Cockburn Town
Governor's Beach 1.6 mi. South of Central Cockburn Town
Grace Bay Beach 0.9 mi. West of Central Grace Bay
Half Moon Bay 3.5 mi. Northeast of Central Grace Bay
Hawkes Nest East Beach 1.9 mi. Southeast of Central Cockburn Town
High Point North 2.1 mi. East of Central Cockburn Harbor
Horse Stable Beach 1.4 mi. East of Central Whitby
Little Ambergris Cay 0.7 mi. Northwest of Central Little Ambergris Cay
Little Bluff Point 3.8 mi. North of Central Cockburn Town
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
Long Cay Beach 0.8 mi. Southeast of Central Cockburn Harbor
Lorimers East Beach 7.9 mi. East of Central Middle Caicos
Lorimers North Beach 6.8 mi. Northeast of Central Middle Caicos
Malcolm's Road Beach 4.4 mi. West-Northwest of Central Blue Hills
Murray Beach 1.4 mi. Northeast of Central Cockburn Town
North Beach 1.7 mi. Northeast of Central Balfour Town
Northwest Point National Park Beach 5.2 mi. Northwest of Central Blue Hills
Osprey Beach Cockburn Town, Eastern part of Turks and Caicos
Parrot Cay 0.6 mi. South West of Central Parrot Cay
Pillory Beach 1.6 mi. North of Central Cockburn Town
Pine Cay Beach 1.6 mi. Northeast of Central Pine Cay
Pumpkin Bluff Pond Beach 1.8 mi. West of Central Whitby
Sandy Point Beach 1.5 mi. Northeast of Central Parrot Cay
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
South Point 1.0 mi. South of Central Balfour Town
Taylor Bay Beach 2.4 mi. West-Southwest of Central Five Cays
The Bight Beach 2.5 mi. West-Southwest of Central Grace Bay
Thompson Cove Beach 1.8 mi. Southeast of Central Blue Hills
Town Beach Cockburn Town, Eastern part of Turks and Caicos
Turtle Cove Beach 3.5 mi. West of Central Grace Bay
Turtle Tail Beach 2.7 mi. South-Southwest of Central Grace Bay
West Harbour Bluff 6.2 mi. South West of Central Blue Hills
West Road Beach 1.4 mi. North of Central Cockburn Town
Whitby Beach 0.3 mi. West-Northwest of Central Whitby
White Sands Beach 2.2 mi. South-Southeast of Central Cockburn Town
Yankee Town Beach 1.7 mi. South West of Central West Caicos

 

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