Grace Bay

Grace Bay Beach, in Turks and Caicos is the most iconic and awe-inspiring stretch of sand in the world, and you’ll know you’ve set foot on one of the most spectacular beaches the moment you arrive. The protective and remarkably colorful barrier reef, which sits 1.6 kilometres off the shore, keeps the ocean swells at bay, making Grace Bay one of the most ideal places to soak in warm Atlantic waters. Swimmers enjoy consistent plush sands without the annoyance of rocks, seaweed or pollution. Those looking for a truly unforgettable underwater adventure can take the short boat ride to the barrier reef just minutes away. With sunny skies roughly 319 days a year, this island opens its welcoming arms to visitors year round with delicious sands that wrap you in luxury and clearest waters that beckon you to dive in.

Getting There

Getting to this remarkable place is much easier than you think. Travelers can fly directly into Turks and Caicos via Providenciales International Airport, the closest airport to Grace Bay, for around an incredible $300. Residents of Canada can fly from Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal to Turks and Caicos with Air Canada or American Airlines. Residents of the U.S. can fly direct from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Florida, Las Vegas and Miami. There are also convenient flights from conventional European hubs such as Amsterdam, London and Paris. Island transportation is incredibly accessible from the airport. To get to Grace Bay, visitors can rent a car, hop onto public transport, or grab a taxi. Your tropical beach getaway is right at the edge of your fingertips.