Choose from three distinctive locations on Providenciales
The tropical Turks and Caicos Islands are located in the Caribbean, 30 miles southeast of the Bahamas and 90 minutes by air from Miami. There are two distinct island groups separated by the Turks Island Passage – Provo is the best-known island within the larger Caicos Islands, while Grand Turk holds the same title among the Turks Islands and is home to the capital of the country.
Known for pristine beaches, traditional music and crafts, exciting watersports, and world-class cuisine, the Turks and Caicos Islands (also known as TCI) has only recently drawn the international spotlight to its archipelago of 40 coral islands. As home to the third largest barrier reef system in the world, the Turks and Caicos Islands are renowned for exceptional diving, with many of its vibrant coral heads just minutes from the shoreline.
The island of Providenciales, known as Provo, is the most developed of the island, known for its fine white sand beaches and clear blue water. Provo is an ideal home base from which to explore TCI’s 40 (mostly uninhabited) islands and cays.
Originally inhabited by Taino and Lucayan Indians, the islands are said to have been discovered by Christopher Columbus, and subsequently inhabited by the Spanish, French and British. In 1962, Turks and Caicos became a British Crown colony. While it is an English-speaking British Overseas Territory with UK law, the currency is the U.S. dollar, making it an ideal destination for U.S. visitors. The dry, sunny climate maintains a year-round average high temperature of 84° F (25° C), perfect for escaping the cold winter months by simply hopping on one of the many direct flights operating daily.
All three of Beach Enclave’s locations on Providenciales, Turks & Caicos, have been hand-selected for their breathtaking natural beauty on the island’s most idyllic and peaceful white-sand beaches. However, each private, gated enclave offers its own unique character and charm.
Get to know the Turks and Caicos Islands
The tropical Turks and Caicos Islands are located in the Caribbean, 30 miles southeast of the Bahamas and 90 minutes by air from Miami. There are two distinct island groups separated by the Turks Island Passage. Providenciales, or “Provo,” is the best-known island within the larger Caicos Islands, while Grand Turk holds the same title among the Turks Islands and is home to the capital of the country.
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Beach Enclave Grace Bay
Located on perhaps the most magnificent stretch of the island’s most renowned beach, voted #1 Beach In The World by TripAdvisor's' World Traveller Awards, is Beach Enclave Grace Bay, the newest addition to this prestigious portfolio. As the first new-build project on Grace Bay Beach in more than a decade, this highly anticipated and highly exclusive community made its debut in the 2020-2021 winter season. Guests may choose to enjoy Grace Bay’s nearby restaurants, shopping and nightlife or simply retreat to the tranquil privacy of their luxury villa.
Beach Enclave North Shore
Boasting awe-inspiring, elevated views from its cliffside location, Beach Enclave North Shore is one of the island’s most exclusive and virtually private white-sand beaches. Centrally located yet far removed from the island’s more populated beaches, the North Shore offers tranquility, peace and relaxation. Families, couples and groups of friends seeking to reconnect will find the respite they crave in their private sanctuary here.
Beach Enclave Long Bay
Located on the southeastern edge of Providenciales, Beach Enclave Long Bay is a dream-come-true location for kiteboarders and watersports aficionados. This stunning, white-sand beach stretches more than three miles and ranks amongst the top 10 beaches in the world year after year. Its shallow depths lead off for a long distance from the shore, making it ideal for families with smaller children.