Within walking distance to Grace Bay Beach, the Turtle Cove community is beaming with a lot of luxury villas, tourist shops, and water activities. It is also home to the main marina on the island and is usually the entry site for most water activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, and sailing.
Must-See and Must-Do
Grace Bay Beach
Grace Bay Beach is an unmissable paradise renowned for its postcard-perfect beauty. Sink your toes into the sugary white sands as you gaze upon the turquoise waters stretching as far as the eye can see. Level up your Grace Bay Beach experience by going on a sunset cruise with Provo's renowned boat charter companies. Set sail on a luxurious boat while indulging in delicious tropical drinks, and basking in the golden hues of the sun.
Calling all diving and snorkeling enthusiasts! Venture into Smith's Reef, a captivating underwater world located near Turtle Cove. Keep an eye out for graceful sea turtles, tropical fish, and elusive eagle rays. If you're up for a more adrenaline-pumping activity, you can delve into the exciting world of water sports in Turtle Cove. Jet ski across crystal clear waters, soar through the air on a parasail ride or embark on a kayaking expedition.
Did you know that Turtle Cove is the only upscale community on the island? No wonder most of the luxurious villas can be found in this area.
A room with a view? That's exactly what the highest home in Turks and Caicos —The Summit, offers. With spectacular views of Turtle Cove, this luxury 3.4. and 5-bedroom villa will surely take your breath away. Learn more about what this beautiful villa has to offer here.
Right at the heart of Turtle Cove, this luxurious 1,845 square foot residential condominium, located on the waterfront at Turtle Cove Marina in this exclusive area of Providenciales, is a short walk to Grace Bay Beach and the immaculate snorkeling of Smith’s Reef. Residents and guests of the Yacht Club have access to a range of amenities, including a fitness center, a tennis court, and a pool, as well as Baci, Sharkbite, Mango Reef, and Magnolia restaurants in Turtle Cove. Overall, the Yacht Club offers a luxurious and convenient lifestyle for those seeking a high-end residential complex in a stunning waterfront location.
Did You Know?
The first-ever hotel in Providenciales called "Third Turtle Inn" was first built in Turtle Cove. Even though the hotel is no longer there at present times, it paved the way for the emergence of luxury resorts in Turks and Caicos, as well as what we all know and appreciate now as the beautiful Grace Bay Beach.
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