The Turks and Caicos Islands are a fantastic holiday destination for the whole family
with plenty to see and do. Made up of two groups of islands in the Atlantic Ocean, expect blazing sunshine for 250 days of the year, ideal for those wanting to soak up some rays in a tropical, luxury
With miles of beaches adorning the coastline, watersports
are at your disposal with lessons from highly skilled instructors also available. Would you rather discover the wonders of the deep? Grab your snorkel or scuba gear and explore the extensive barrier reefs – it’s a sight to behold.
The Turks and Caicos are well known for fine seafood dining options with plenty to choose from. Coco Bistro and Seven restaurants, both in Grace Bay, fit this to a tee, with Ristorante Via Venato offering Mediterranean and Italian dishes for visitors with a slightly more selective palate. For those wanting some comfort food, head to Grand Turk for Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville for a mixture of island food and Western classics, perfect for the whole family who can’t decide on what to eat.
Animal lovers rejoice as there are many attractions for those wanting to keep in touch with nature. If timed right, you may get the chance to see humpback whales who come to the island in the Autumn. Wrong time of year? Pink flamingos can be observed on the southern section of North Caicos, so make sure you pack your binoculars and camera. You’re sure to be ‘flamazed.’
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With over 230 miles of beach
in the Turks and Caicos, this location is great for those wanting to feel the sand between their toes. Many of the beaches are close to great restaurants with numerous hotels and resorts set right on the beachfront. For those wanting quieter options, why not explore and find your own haven in paradise?