Summertime Beaches


Southwest tip of our island on a summer’s day……..perfection

Summertime on Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands brings a laid back, lazy and dreamy time. Much too hot to do anything BUT head to the beach. And those beaches are all beyond belief…………on some of them, there’s not another soul. All that splendor to enjoy for yourself. We call it “silly season” and it’s a time when many leave the island and the beaches are empty but heavenly.


Late afternoon and a lone figure way out on a sandbar………it doesn’t get any better than this!




Summer storm passing on through and what intense colours.


These three ladies have their cooler and glasses of wine……..what could be more perfect?


Thatch beach umbrella and chairs just waiting to be filled.


A little girl enjoying playing on the beach.


Late afternoon as the sun casts a pinkish glow and a lone SUP-er heads home.


Pretty spectacular


Ahhhh Sapodilla Bay and it’s shallow waters………little kids just love this beach


Lace fringed ocean on a flat calm day.

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Look at that water with nothing better to do than float around on Grace Bay

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The end of a beautiful day with cocktails in the water.

Summertime is the best time………..quiet beaches all to yourself, swimming in perfect island waters, snorkeling the reefs and just enjoying life at a much slower snail’s pace.

Stay with us at Harbour Club Villas and Marina and we’ll tell you all our secrets and best hideaway spots on the variety of breathtaking beaches.

See you on the beach…….somewhere?




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2 Responses to Summertime Beaches

  1. says:

    My fiance and I are looking to spend our honeymoon in T&C for a week at the end of July this year. In your opinion, is it too hot during this time? We would like to do a few other things besides lay on the beach such as snorkel, scuba dive, take boat tours, and maybe some jet skiing. Our hearts are set on this place, but not if we are going to be uncomfortable. Your opinion would be GREATLY appreciated!

  2. marta says:

    Hi there, The end of July can definitely be hot……..85 degrees or so but remember that there is often a lovely breeze that cools things off a bit, accommodations that have lots of fans and basically air conditioning if needed. Sounds like most of the time you’ll enjoy being in the water, swimming, snorkeling etc. You’ll be able to pick your times too for activities……mornings and late afternoons are perfect (stay out of the noon day sun.) The advantages are in my opinion fewer people which makes for totally un crowded beaches. I’m thinking you’ll have the best time and happy honeymooning!! Marta.

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