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The first resort on Turks and Caicos’ unspoiled Long Bay Beach, The Shore Club invites guests to an exclusive stay, where lush gardens lead to soft white sand and a limitless horizon of blue. Only a few hours from the United States and Canada by plane and minutes from downtown Grace Bay, Long Bay Beach is the most private section of Providenciales. Named among the “10 Best Island Beaches around the World” by Condé Nast Traveler, its shallow, wave-less beach offers both idyllic seclusion and sophisticated luxury. 10 Things to Know for Your Trip.
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Water Sports

Where surf meets sky, Long Bay Beach and the entire Turks and Caicos archipelago are the perfect place to explore the aquatic world. See stunning barrier reefs via snorkel, explore the coastline in a kayak, or take advantage of Long Bay Beach’s exceptional kiteboarding conditions. Learn more about why Long Bay Beach is top for Kiteboarding.

There’s plenty to do ashore: try caving in the Conch Bar Caves, or a horseback ride along Turks and Caicos most secluded, and beautiful, paths. The Shore Club offers guests the complimentary use of non-motorized water sports equipment, from snorkels to sea kayaks. Try something new with a local kiteboarding lesson or guide to nearby caves—all experiences The Shore Club’s concierge is happy to help set up.


Long Bay Beach

The Shore Club is located on Long Bay Beach, just 2.5 miles from Grace Bay Beach in Provo and a 15-minute drive from the international airport. Situated on the largely undeveloped southern coastline on Providenciales, The Shore Club offers both a convenient location and a sense of exclusivity, privacy, and seclusion.

A Condé Nast Traveler “10 Best Island Beaches around the World,” Long Bay Beach is one of the most sought-after locations in Turks and Caicos, and one of the world’s best kitesurfing beaches. It’s remarkably warm, calm, and turquoise blue water makes for a great day at the beach.


Visit the Island

With pristine, jewel-blue water and outstanding coral reefs, many activities on Providenciales revolve around the ocean. Try snorkeling or scuba diving, kayaking or kitesurfing—or check out the world’s only conch farm. Golf, tennis, horseback riding, and even spelunking are available to active and curious visitors. Need a break from the sun? Try the island’s many chic shops, relaxing spas, or stunning restaurants.
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