Year after year the results come in, regular as the waves lapping at the shore. The best beach in the world always comes back to our home island of Providenciales and the beautiful strip of white sand called Grace Bay Beach. The latest survey of best beaches in the world comes from the Flight Network, and of the top 50 beaches in the world, Grace Bay comes in at number one.
According to this ranking, the highlights are all the same things we love about our home beach. It gets a ten out of ten for the sand and water, and for its sheer untouched beauty. It’s just white sand and clear water as far as the eye can see. And beyond the beach itself, Turks and Caicos’ 319 days of sunshine a year make it a beautiful spot year round. Flight Network said it best:
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.
You can get Flight Network’s whole report on Grace Bay right here. You might say we’re biased, but we think it’s pretty good reading!If you want to spend a little time on Grace Bay Beach, get started by booking a visit with us. Give us a call at 1-888-589-6765 or visit our booking page. We’ll see you on the beach!