At Grace Bay in Turks and Caicos, glistening blue water grazes a white sandy shore, beckoning you to immerse yourself in paradise. Grace Bay is one of the most famous beaches in the world for good reason. A rainbow-colored reef located just off shore is home to thousands of sea animals. The reef shelters the beach from powerful swells, creating a glass-smooth surface that allows for swimming and snorkeling. Spend your day tanning on plush sand, diving into the clear Atlantic water, or walking the 1.6 kilometers of perfect beach at Grace Bay. With over three hundred days of sunshine, you can visit this summer haven year-round.
The Providenciales International Airport is the the closest airport to Grace Bay. If you are flying in from the United States, it is extremely easy to catch nonstop or connecting flights for less than $500. If you have a layover in the U.S. it will likely be in Florida. If you are flying from Canada, you can use Air Canada or American Airlines to Turks and Caicos. Once you’ve landed, hop on public transport, take a cab or or rent your own car to drive to the beach.