Northwest Point Beach, Providenciales
Categories: Reefs, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Get off the beaten track and spend some time on fine white-golden sand at Northwest Point Beach. Stretching a distance of 3 km (2 mi), the beach is the longest on the island. It affords a scenic trail from a luxury resort to the natural conservation area at the island's northwest tip. Don't plan on swimming here: seaweed detaches because of the Atlantic surf, making the water not-so-pleasant for bathing. Instead, bring a book and enjoy the calm sea breeze while lounging under the sun. Meanwhile, keep an eye out for pelicans, turtles, and curlew. Our Providenciales trip builder makes visiting Northwest Point Beach and other Providenciales attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Cette plage était l'un de mes favorite. Nous avons préparé un diner et avoir un parasol pour se protéger. Une fois que vous entrez dans la zone de promenade sur la plage qui commence à gauche sur les ... read more »This beach was one of my favorite. We have prepared a dinner and get an umbrella to protect themselves. Once you enter the area of walk on the beach that begins left on the rocks at 10-15 minute walk but worth it. We were the only ones. The water was so clear and beautiful. We managed to swim naked in the turquoise waters with no one around. We spent half a day at this place.show original
Ok.. first the bad - the drive there can be a little harrowing - you have to take it slow especially in the little rental cars most of us get on the island. The reward is an almost deserted beach with... read more »
On our 8th trip to Provo we decided to drive out to see the northwest point....wow it is out there a long way with nothing else nearby. I guess if you want that---you found it here. We prefer Grace Ba... read more »
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