Beach Life in Turks and Caicos with Elegant Resorts
Welcome to a desert island paradise just made for beach babes. A place with mile-upon-mile of blindingly white sands, interspersed with some chic and glitzy five star hotels. If you’re after a luxury holiday where you can laze away long, sunny days in Mother Nature’s finest seaside setting, Turks and Caicos steals the show.
The main upscale island is Providenciales (otherwise known as Provo), home to Grace Bay Beach and our new featured resort, Gansevoort Turks + Caicos, A Wymara Resort. This amazing sweep of silky soft sands is the island’s biggest attraction and famous worldwide, stretching for an incredible twelve miles. Yes, a whopping curve of priceless white sands, so dazzling that designer shades are de rigueur as you stroll ankle deep along the bay. Even better, the island sees little rainfall throughout the year and, in summer, balmy trade winds keep peak temperatures under control, and you blissfully cool, so you can stretch out whenever you choose.
Also on Providenciales, Amanyara has a spectacular, secluded eight-hundred-metre beach on the western side of the island, overlooking the exquisite natural beauty and reefs of a marine national park, and is equally as perfect for barefoot destination dining as it is for languid sunbathing sessions or spotting Hawksbill Turtles, along with Humpback Whales and migratory birds (in season).
Exclusive private island escapism in Turks and Caicos can be enjoyed at our third featured luxury resort, (the now iconic) Parrot Cay by COMO – haunt of numerous Hollywood-based celebrities and those discerning travellers with a penchant for award-winning spa sanctuaries. Here, you’ll find a mile-long private stretch of powder-soft, pure-white sand and blissfully warm, shallow waters whose turquoise hue is famous the world over. One could hardly imagine a more idyllic backdrop for sunbathing, snorkelling and non-motorised watersports, such as paddleboarding, windsurfing, catamaran sailing and kayaking.