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Recent Providenciales reviews

  • ISO: Peace, beauty, total comfort

    "Coral Villa is truly a perfect place to experience the best of Provo. It is a lovely, well cared for villa that has two lovely spacious bedrooms, each with their own spotless baths, a very comfy living area and kitchen (with every possible utensil and updated appliance you'd need), and the gem is an enormous screened in porch that overlooks a peaceful back yard. I guarantee you will live out there. Best yet, you are literally 5 minutes walk away from the most pristine, beautiful beach in the Caribbean, Grace Bay Beach, that is EMPTY! Louise is the most accommodating hostess you can imagine and there is even the use of a washer/drier that comes in very handy. Many excellent restaurants are within walking or driving distance and grocery stores are nearby. Our very favorite was Bay Bistro at the Sibonne Beach Hotel -- a very romantic setting right on the beach, perfect for dinner but even better, for breakfast, because the view is so idyllic. Whatever you do, don't miss the Thursday night Fish Fry at the nearby waterfront park. You can easily walk there. It is a must and you get to mingle with both tourists and residents and eat and drink from a huge selection of local restaurants who set up food tents. Snorkeling on the island is fantastic and the two best reefs are literally within a half mile of the villa. Provo is expensive but if you cook at home or, better yet, plan ahead and bring some critical snacks and foods down with you, you can manage to save money. Beaches are free and plentiful and Louise offers beach chairs and umbrellas for you to use. Rum is cheap. I would highly recommend renting a car, at least for a few days, because the island is fun to explore. Having said that, you can basically walk to everything you need from the villa. If you are looking for an idyllic getaway, this is the place. We have stayed other places on Provo and Coral Villa is without question the one we would return to."
    Guest: Cindy W. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 14, 2015
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  • "We can't imagine a more perfect place!"

    "After spending the last two weeks at La Sirene we can’t imagine a more perfect place to stay. As far as we’re concerned it has everything. The house is beautifully designed and appointed and has every facility one could wish for. Roger and Siri appreciate fine art and the house reflects their good taste in its architecture, decoration, paintings and sculptures. The house is entirely private and has its own access to the sea for swimming, snorkelling and kayaking. We particularly enjoyed watching the sun come up when we were having our early morning swim in the infinity pool. The trade winds keep the house well aired and bug-free. During our stay we explored the entire island and although we saw many more lavish properties, we didn’t see any which had such a perfect balance of comfort, facilities, privacy and relaxation. And the view from the top of the drive took our breath away every time we returned. PS. The kite surfing at Long Bay Beach was brilliant!"
    Guest: BrianC Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 3, 2014
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  • Great place - beware of construction though.

    "My husband, 2 other married couples and two other siblings stayed at Bella Sur Mer for a week. The location is right on the beach and you have your own little private pool that has great seating in the shade if you need it. The caretaker came once during our stay to clean which is really nice. Each room has it's own new A/C unit that worked perfectly. The kitchen is stocked with all the tools you need to cook if thats what you plan to do for meals. Lots of seating for everyone if you want to relax in the house too. The snorkeling is the best! The reef directly in front of the house was great; saw huge grouper, huge lobster, starfish and lots of other fish, big and small. If you walk out to the beach and take a left, walk down about 1/2 mile (where the white stair case is at another house) there's another phenomenal reef, about 40 feet deep, we saw huge sea turtles, enormous eagle rays, large sting rays, large barracuda and many other species of fish in all shapes, sizes and colors! No need to waste money on snorkeling cruises, the best is right out your back door!! Its very windy on this side of the island so the ocean is very choppy and made it tiresome to swim through all the time, but it is well worth it and great exercise. The one negative is that there are some local boaters who disregard the boat channel markers and drive right through the reef at full speed (they come from the marina and head east to the resorts to take people tubing, etc.) so that was worrisome at times. Also, be aware, that there is construction still going on right next door. An earlier review stated this back in August of 2013 and I had figured by now it would have been finished. Not so. There is the main house and two smaller homes, maybe a third being constructed at this site. There was the usual jackhammer, sawing, pounding etc. sounds that was not fun to hear while trying to relax. They start at 7:30 and usually done by the end of the day, they also work weekends. I'm guessing its taking so long because the construction workers are on "island time." From the looks of it, could be another year and half or so before the construction is done. Another thing was our water was shut off without notice. I called the caretaker, who called the water company, who said it would be on in an hour; I'm guessing, again, that was "island time" because it didn't come back on until 6 hours later. Other than those things, the location is great and it was affordable."
    Guest: LENA E. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 20, 2015
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  • Family Fun 2014

    "Upon arrival I was really impressed by the view and the level of comfort that Villa Palermo offered. The unique Med style home put you in the Turks and Caicos (Island) mentality and sustained and refreshed it every morning and evening when the sun rose and set over the water. I am normally a person who needs AC at night for comfort but the weather and ocean breezes along with my daily dips into the pool made that need dissapear. This is a unique villa and is calling me back even as we speak right now! Please go and experience this island paradise and beautiful custom home. Thanks for the opprotunity!"
    Guest: David J Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 30, 2014
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Providenciales Travel Tips

Providenciales Vacation Rentals on 38 Square Miles of Bliss

Getting to Providenciales vacation rentals could not be easier. The island is home to the region’s only international airport. While it is the major resort area of the Turks and Caicos Islands, it is just 38 square miles. But those 38 square miles are a vacation paradise! Once you arrive for your Providenciales travel, venture to between the islands to discover each island’s unique characteristics. With a base in Providenciales, there are plenty of opportunities to take day trips out to explore the rest of this stunningly beautiful and tranquil area. It is close in distance to many major U.S. destinations, making it an ideal vacation for Americans. Temperatures here are constant throughout the year with averages between the 70s and 80s Fahrenheit, with little humidity and rain. Although the islands are British territory, the currency is the U.S. dollar.

As recently as the 1960s, there were no cars on the islands. Now, visitors can hire a 4x4 Jeep to make exploring all those out-of-the-way places easy. Another great option is to use the Gecko Shuttle, operating from Grace Bay. Be sure to buy your token before you board.

Stay at Providenciales Villas on the Beaches and Discover Paradise

Provo, as it is called locally, is the most developed of the islands, with resorts, golf courses and casinos. When asked, many visitors say they come for the pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters. The beaches are beautiful but there is much more to Provo that that! Such as the unique Caicos Banks, an undersea pillar that comes from the depths of the ocean to within 30 to 50 feet of the surface. This bank provides safe inshore waters, just perfect for snorkeling, swimming and boating. Outside of the bank is a treacherous reef notorious for wrecking ships which makes for great diving and deep sea fishing.

There are a few tips to be aware of when hitting the beaches here. All the beaches are free and public, including those by hotels and private homes. Most of the coastline is part of the national park, and fishing is not allowed from the beach. There are a huge variety of watersports for visitors, including jet skiing, jet boating, skiff boating, kayaking, glass-bottom boat trips, parasailing, banana boats, semi-submarine trips, kiteboarding, and windsurfing. If you're ready to try something more than snorkeling but not quite ready to try diving, try snuba!

Meet the World’s Only Performing Conch!

For the days when the beach doesn’t beckon, there are golf and miniature golf, horseback riding, tennis, bicycling, jogging and soccer; you can also wander the miles of beach searching for shells and driftwood. Beach-combing can be one of the most delightful ways to spend a leisurely morning at Northwest Point. Here, the pounding surf brings new treasures with every wave. Then, of course, there are a variety of sights and attractions scattered around Provo. Try a visit to the Cheshire Hall Plantation Ruins, explore the spectacular caves and rock carvings at Sapodilla Hill and West Harbor Bluff, and sample the local beer with a visit to Turks Head Microbrewery and the world’s only conch farm at Caicos Conch Farm. Make sure to see the live show featuring some trained conchs!

Find out how Many Luxuries one Home can Provide

One of the hardest parts of any vacation is finding the perfect place to stay. Visitors will find the perfect home waiting for them, on whichever part of the island they choose. In these Providenciales vacation rentals, visitors will discover their home is as unique as the island itself. Homes come with all the necessities to make a comfortable, spacious base and much more. Features in many properties include air conditioning, pools, decks, free wireless internet access, big screen televisions, music systems with indoor and outdoor speakers, and BBQs. You may think you need to bring beach towels but you would be wrong! Many provide those too! What more could you ask for?

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