Found off the northwest coast, Blue Hills Beach fronts one of the three original settlements on Providenciales. The main attraction of the area is the scenic Blue Hills Road, a coastal drive that follows the ocean. Along this route are views of the ocean, Caicos Sloops and coconut palms.
Generally, Blue Hills Beach really isn’t good for swimming or snorkeling, as the water tends to be shallow with a large amount of seaweed and broken coral. However, the western end begins to clear up a bit.
The Scenic Drive
Blue Hills is one of the three original settlements on Providenciales (the others being Five Cays and the Bight) and the coastal road that fronts the village is one of the scenic drives on the island.
The Turks and Caicos generally doesn’t have quite as much of the colorful building hues that some of the southern Caribbean islands are famous for, yet Blue Hills tends to break this rule.
On this 3-mile (4.8 km) paved road, you’ll see brightly painted buildings, small sailboats, coconut tree groves, and small churches.
Blue Hills Beach Accesses
The coastal Blue Hills Road leads along Blue Hills Beach, and provides easy access to the beach at many locations. The Blue Hills Beach Park 🡓 is an established public beach access, with onsite parking.