Turks and Caicos Development: The Shore Club on Long Bay Beach

Turks and Caicos developmentLong Bay Beach is the location for an interesting Turks and Caicos development – The Shore Club.

The Shore Club development is intended to provide the experience similar to owning your own Turks and Caicos private island. There will be only 38 luxury condo residences and 6 villas on 820 feet of undeveloped oceanfront, and every suite will enjoy its own uninterrupted view of the ocean

Condominium buildings will be limited to just five floors, with only four residences per floor – it’s all about ensuring privacy and seclusion.

The Shore Club’s location on Long Bay Beach also helps.

Clear turquoise waters. Miles of powdery white sand. None of the crowds of other popular destinations in other parts of the Caribbean; Long Bay Beach is distinguished by the absence of other resort developments on its pristine shoreline.

The people who end up choosing The Shore Club invites will enjoy a very private setting on Long Bay. While the property is just a short drive from Grace Bay Beach, is 10 minutes away from Provo Golf Club, and 15 minute drive up the Leeward Highway from the international airport, owners will be treated to seclusion and the sense that they have their own private beach at this fabulous Caribbean address.

It helps that there is no through road on the windward side of the island where The Shore Club is located – there’s no way to travel from Long Bay Beach along this side of the island, as the Juba Bay Salina, a large lake surrounded by mangrove flats, acts as a perfect natural barrier.

As a result, there will be no through traffic in what is effectively a cul de sac at Long Bay Beach.

The beach itself is fantastic – expect to see a stingray gliding through the water, and the beach is one of the best place on the island to enjoy kiteboarding. Gallop along the shore with friends as you enjoy an excursion with Provo Ponies. At every turn, Long Bay Beach will beckon you to enjoy the way the unspoiled Caribbean is meant to be enjoyed, on a beach devoid of hotels, jet skis and vendors. This is luxury beachfront living at its best.

The Shore Club on Long Bay Beach is a Turks and Caicos development

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About Charles Edwards

I'm a travel writer specializing in Caribbean destinations, notably the Turks and Caicos Island, St. Martin (French West Indies), St. Lucia, and the Dominican Republic. Although I am quite lazy and prefer spending most of my time reading a good book by the pool or on the beach, I'm also quite interested in ethnobotany, ecology, and natural history.

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