Located 575 miles southeast of Miami, Turks and Caicos Islands represent a small archipelago of eight major islands and numerous caves. On the north side, facing the Atlantic Ocean, long coral reefs protect the islands, while ensuring excellent surfing. They represent two groups of tropical islands in the Caribbean. Caicos is larger and Turks is the smaller. They are known for its tourism and financial center. Turks and Caicos Islands are close to the Bahamas, but are politically separated from them and represent a separate entity. The total population is about 45,000.
The beaches of these islands, because of its geographical position (hidden behind the Caribbean) are among the few who are rich in pure and untouched nature. One of the most beautiful beaches of Turks and Caicos Islands is Grace Bay, with 12 miles long coast covered with sand as white as sugar. It is necessary just to hear the name of the beach and you will already feel calmer. Grace means charm in English. Just to the coast, coral reef protects the beach and harbor life in the marina. For those who do not want to be in the crowd, Grace Bay is perfect. This amazing, quiet beach has a few vendors to be disturbed in laziness and an abundance of restaurants and resorts. Turks and Caicos Islands are known as a place where you can see the most beautiful sunset on earth. Turquoise sea there is calm and safe for swimming. Turks and Caicos is a destination for all souls who love romantic trips and peaceful vocation.
The islands have dry and hot tropical climate. In summer temperatures are rarely above 33 degrees and in winter rarely falls below 18 degrees.
Turks and Caicos Islands are an ideal place if you want to get away from all and to rest your soul and body.