Sapodilla Bay Beach, Providenciales

4.6
#2 of 17 in Nature in Turks and Caicos
Sapodilla Bay Beach represents a tropical beach on the coast of Providenciales in the Caicos archipelago. The 275 m (900 ft) long stretch of sand is bordered by clear shallow water, suitable for all swimming levels. Laze on the sugary, soft sand, and swim or snorkel in the calm azure water, home to colorful tropical fish. Take a boat out to explore the tiny islets in the Chalk Sound lagoon, and sample tasty Caribbean dishes in one of the beachside restaurants. Make Sapodilla Bay Beach a part of your Providenciales vacation plans using our Providenciales trip planner.
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  • Sapodilla Bay Beach is gorgeous and very tranquil. Definitely worth a visit if you're staying around Grace Bay. The only cons would be the travel to get there, you've to pass some unsightly developmen...  more »
  • This beach is my number one choice when visiting Turks and Caicos, as calm as you can get. Here is a list of access points to the 8 best beaches in Providenciales. Most of these beaches have extremely...  more »
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  • All of the beaches in Providenciales are quite spectacular but for us Sapodilla Bay Beach takes the top place. What an amazing beach with all shades of blue in the ocean and the cleanest softest sand under your feet. The best part is that the ocean is very shallow for a long way in which makes ideal to take little ones, look for fish, or just sit in a recliner up to your waist in the water. And the water is like refreshing bath water. Navigating to the beach may be a little challenge the first time since the entrance is down an alley type path off of a residential street. None of it is marked too well. But it is well worth making a trip to this beach. WHAT AN INCREDIBLE PLACE!!!
  • What a beautiful beach! It's a smaller beach, but since we visited during the off season it was not too crowded. The water is shallow and warm, yet refreshing. The sand was soft at the water's edge, but as you explore a little further out it has a weird, silty feeling which felt like the bottom of of a lake. With a few vendors on the beach, you can have jerk chicken, rum punch, take a jet ski out for a ride, and rent umbrellas and chairs. (Our umbrella was $10 for the day during off season). The water sports were kind of on the expensive side but somewhat worth it. I can see why parking might be a pain, but don't forget you can pay $3.00 and park at the restaurant across the street called Las Brisas. This beach is definitely worth a visit.
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