Villas and Views: Why the Turks is Hot

The Turks and Caicos hot spot of Providenciales, with its myriad of white sand beaches and clear water to explore has always been a favourite among our guests. There are a number of reasons that the Turks draws so many vacationers, and these villas are just the start…

Saadet House

Turks and Caicos Villas Saadet House

What's special about Saadet House: sitting directly on Grace Bay, it's all about location location location. From the pool deck, you're just steps to one of the world's best beaches. Six bedrooms expand to 10 with the use of an adjacent guest house. Get more info on Saadet House

Amazing Grace

What's special about Amazing Grace: guests of this brand new villa are minutes from a wealth of activity along Grace Bay, including water sports. Get more info on Amazing Grace


Balinese Turks and Caicos

What's special about Balinese: its elevated position offers great views and whale-watching from the pool deck. The modern architecture contrasts with its Balinese design touches. Get more info on Balinese


Stargazer Turks and Caicos

What's special about Stargazer: this sprawling property illustrates how the Turks and Caicos still offer space to relax and private property to enjoy. With few neighbours in sight, it will feel like a slice of island all your own. Get more info on Stargazer

Long Bay House

Long Bay House Turks and Caicos

What's special about Long Bay House: This house offers amazing value, with over 3 miles of quiet beach and 2.2 acres of land overlooking the sea. Get more info on Long Bay House

If you'd like more information on any of these villas, contact us at 1-877-993-0100 (North America), 1-514-393-8844 (International) or E-Mail

By Natalie Ostapovitch

As a graphic designer and travel blogger for Luxury Retreats, Natalie is well-versed in the company’s villas. When she’s not blogging about her favorite Mexican and Caribbean villas and experiences, chances are you will find Natalie on the beach. View all of Natalie’s posts here:

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