The Turks and Caicos Islands lie in the Caribbean Sea, southeast of the Bahamas. Although the islands are located just an hour by plane from Miami, this British Overseas Protectorate must seem like a different world to travelers the moment their feet hit the tarmac of the airport. A tropical breeze invites visitors to head to the white sand beaches of Grace Bay and sit in the shade of towering palm trees that line the ocean. The azure Caribbean Sea promises incredible scuba diving, sailing and windsurfing. As a mostly undiscovered tourist destination, the islands offer plenty of opportunities to explore the charming Saltmills plaza and Regent Village on Providenciales.
Two island chains make up the Turks and Caicos, which are separated by the Caicos Passage from the Bahamas. Eight main islands and 20 smaller islands are surrounded by 130 miles of tranquil beaches that are perfect for swimming. Home to one of the largest coral reefs in the world, the Islands are safe and largely undeveloped, with an economy based on a low-key tourism industry that has continued to grow since the early 1990s and is increasing demand for real estate development.
Tourists and retirees choose the Islands as a sunny, safe retreat to pursue pastimes including golf, horseback riding and diving. Rental properties and luxury condominiums are excellent investment opportunities, as well as homes for long term stays or purchase. Turks and Caicos condos enjoy a strong reputation for their unique design, elegance and luxury. The low-density buildings are perfectly designed to offer stunning views, privacy, and above all, a unique experience for every resident.
The hidden beauty of the islands and the business-friendly attitude of the territory makes Turks and Caicos real estate an excellent investment opportunity.