Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos is made up of 8 islands and 40 cays. Each island has its own charm and each appeals to a select group of people. All of TCI share the bountiful sunny days, cooling trade winds and award winning beaches. Providenciales is the most developed of the Island and, as such, has been the focus of ost real estate activity. There have been tremendous advances in the infrastructure and services offered over the last 15 years. Forming a chairn and spread over 100 miles are the out islands - West Caicos,the only island west of Providenciales. Going east and south in order are North Caicos, Middle Caicos, East Caicos, South Caicos and Grand Turks.Cays (tiny islands) that are inhabitited are Pine Cay, Parrot Cay ,Salt Cay and Ambrigris Cay - Parrot Cay being the most famous for hosting the rich and the famous. Grand Turk is the capital fo teh Turks and Caicos; our Government sits here and this is the only island that hosts cruise ships. There are several small hotels and many historic locations. Salt Cay is best known for whale watching February through April. The garden island is North Caicos with its lush vegetation, some farming and is laid back with a rural feeling. South Caicos is the country's fishing centre and one of the original centers of commerce. There is on going development with Sailrock South Caicos building homes and currently The Great House, a intimate boutique hotel. Middle Caicos is great for exploring "the caves". There are high bluffs and beautiful inlets. North and Middle are connected with a causeway. All island (and some cays) have their own airstrips. North and South can be accessesd by regular ferry service. There is something and somewhere for everyone. ERA Coralie Properties are here to help you find the place that is perfect for you.