Some hotels and resorts have smaller, in-house fitness centres, and several offer facilities such as tennis courts.
A private rugby pitch is located in the Grace Bay Village site, and a football pitch and the National Stadium are located centrally in the Venetian Road area.
Some businesses offer pilates and yoga directly on the beach, usually in small groups of a few people.
In the last few years, a strong open water swim movement has taken hold on Providenciales, and several organized training and competition events take place every year.
Stand up paddle boarding, or “SUPing”, is an excellent core workout, and the wetland paddling and flat waters of the country are difficult to match in terms of natural beauty.
On breezy days, SUP down-winders are great, as they add an exciting element to the open water distances. During optimal conditions for this activity, little winds waves can be caught and “surfed” for extra speed. Down-winders require a bit of transport organization as downwind travel is only feasible. Transport by vehicle or boat back to the starting point is typically necessary.
It’s difficult to find a more tranquil setting than one of the spectacular beaches on Providenciales. Several of the local yoga studios offer regularly scheduled classes for all skill levels, both outdoors and inside.
For some, simply relaxing at the world's best beach might not be enough. The Turks and Caicos Islands offers a wide arrange of spas offering a numerous list of available treatments.
Many of the larger resorts have on-site spas, but there are many independent spas in addition. A few of the companies provide a mobile service, so if you're staying at a villa they can come right to you.