Grace Bay Beach is an award-winning 13-mile stretch of powdery-soft sand, located within a national park on the Turks and Caicos Island. The warm and shallow waters of the beach make it a great spot for swimming and wading, while the various hotels, restaurants, and bars along its length provide plenty of entertainment. The beach is open to the public, but hotel loungers and cabanas are typically reserved for paying guests.




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  • M B
    M B
    a month ago

    Love, love the beach. Crystal clear waters with amazing shades of blue - it’s just like one huge swimming pool. Defo a great place to swim especially as I hate rocks and plants on the sand underwater. So yes, Grace Bay now ranks at the top of my list of fave beaches. Would defo come back if given the chance. For now, enjoying the water and the sun. It’s easier if you are booked in one of the resorts along Grace Bay for you need an umbrella and chair - protection from the sun and a place to sit after a swim. In my case, I was more often in the water than out of it. It’s just too warm to sit with the high humidity.

  • James Bentivegna
    James Bentivegna
    3 months ago

    If you don’t like this beach you should rethink your life choices. This has to be the most incredible beach on the planet. The colors of the water are breathtaking. In Grace Bay the waves are gentle and easy to stand in. The sand is amazingly soft and light. It’s a big beach so it wasn’t overwhelmingly crowded when I visited. Definitely a must visit place no matter where you live.

  • Vicky Villarreal Robin

    Turks and Caicos is absolutely beautiful. Visited early September. We got so lucky, with the great weather and it was not too busy, filled our day with several activities, rented jet skis, snorkeled, kayaked. Went to a festival, live music, tried “Conch“ for the first time, my husband and I really enjoyed it. I only wish they had shuttle service from airport to hotels and vice versa. Did not feel safe. This is the only time I felt rushed and uncomfortable. Overall, great tropical escape, beautiful beaches!

  • Mike Ferreira
    Mike Ferreira
    3 weeks ago

    One word: paradiseBest beach on the islands, water is typically fairly calm, sand is smooth and clean, most resorts provide chairs and service, and it is a public beach, so if necessary, you can bring your own chairs and umbrellas.It’s not at all crowded, at least the years I’ve been here, but it can get very hot during peak summer. Make sure to put sunscreen on before you leave your room, otherwise it might just sweat off before it becomes effective

  • Lois Thomas
    Lois Thomas
    7 months ago

    Crystal-clear refreshing water, soft sand, great atmosphere, accommodating staff, and an overall relaxing beach environment. Plenty of available beach chairs and umbrellas. A must destination when visiting Turks and Caicos!

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