The adult-only Club Med Turkoise in Turks and Caicos is an all-inclusive resort located on Providenciales at one of the best sections of Grace Bay Beach. This resort offers a great beachfront location and lots of things to do at a great price.
As an all-inclusive, the majority of dining, activity and entertainment costs are included with the accommodation rate at Club Med.
Grace Bay Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, is of course the primary attraction and thing to do at Club Med Turkoise. The resort is located on one of the widest and calmest sections of the famous coast, and it really must be seen to be believed.
There’s a wide selection of water sports, land activities and boat cruise excursions included with the lodging at Club Med Turkoise. Ocean kayaks, stand up paddle boards, and Hobie Cat sailboats are provided for free guest use. Tennis courts, a pool, a volleyball court, and a sports field are also onsite.
There are organized group activities as well, with sport schools and lessons on water sports, fitness, trapeze and sailing. A Hobie Cat sailing adventure to Half Moon Bay and the iguana sanctuary island of Little Water Cay is another great adventure.
For guests staying at one of our other resorts or rental villas, it’s possible to purchase a day or evening pass to Club Med, which allows for entry to the resort and access to the pools, activities and attractions of the all-inclusive.
This option ($60-80 depending on availability) can be an economical way to enjoy some of the popular water sports and tour excursions on Providenciales and the Turks and Caicos all-inclusive experience. Dining and meals are typically included.
As is the policy with Club Med’s accommodation packages, day passes are adults only.
There are three restaurants and one bar at Club Med. Meals are typically included with stays.
The Grace Bay restaurant offers international cuisine buffet dining and is located in the central gardens. Lucayan Beachside Restaurant serves Caribbean and locally-inspired dishes in a casual indoor setting. This buffet-style restaurant also serves breakfast.
Sharkie’s Grill and Beach Bar offers outdoor and beach dining, along with drinks. The Blue Reef is an open-air bar and lounge, and serves drinks and cocktails.
Club Med is located at the eastern side of Grace Bay and is a little bit more of an outlier than other Grace Bay resorts. In addition to the dining options onsite at Club Med, several restaurants are found nearby, in addition to the Provo Golf Club.
The shopping plazas of the Regent Village, the Saltmills Plaza, and Ports of Call, the centres of tourism-related retail and shopping, and Graceway Gourmet supermarket are found about a mile (1.6km) by foot from Club Med. See Grace Bay for more information on this region of Providenciales.
Booking may be made directly through Club Med Turkoise, or by a third-party booking or travel agent. You’ll likely obtain the best rates on rooms and stays by reserving directly with Club Med, either by phone or online.
The Turks and Caicos, as does much of the Caribbean, experiences natural accommodation and activity rate changes throughout the year, with prices typically being highest during the winter “ high season” and lowest during the late summer and fall months.
Complimentary transport to and from the Providenciales International Airport (PLS) may be included with stays depending on the accommodation package purchased. There’s no public transport in the Turks and Caicos, and taxis may cost around $30 per person from the airport.
If you’d like to explore the beaches, sights and attractions of Providenciales on your own, it’ll be necessary to rent a car or scooter, or take a taxi. See Driving in the Turks and Caicos and Getting Around Providenciales.