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TURKS AND CAICOS Make a Turks and Caicos villa, condo, or vacation rental your home away from home in this Caribbean island paradise. The Turks and Caicos (KAYK-us) Islands are located on the edge of the Caribbean Sea, just south of the Bahamas. Only eight of the 40 islands are inhabited, and the country has only recently started developing its tourism business. Turks and Caicos is a great destination for travelers who are looking for the unspoiled Caribbean island experience. Guests of Turks and Caicos vacation rentals can explore 224 miles of pristine white sand beaches and a 499-mile coral reef system teeming with marine life. Providenciales (known as Provo) is the most populated island and the country's center of business and tourism. Provo is blessed with clear water, a deep harbor and a barrier reef that draws divers and swimmers. Grace Bay, on the north end of the island, features a gorgeous white sand beach and coral reef. On the south side of the island, guests of Turks and Caicos vacation rentals will find Chalk Sound, a large lake with turquoise water and a group of small cays. Fishing charters are available at the Turtle Cove Marina. From Provo, guests of Turks and Caicos condos and vacation rentals can take a five-minute boat trip to Little Water Cay, a nature preserve inhabited only by iguanas. Most of the other inhabited islands can be reached by boat or by a short 10 to 25 minute flight from Provo. Grand Turk and Salt Cay offer great diving, reasonable prices and rustic charm. Grand Turk is the capital of the Turks and Caicos Islands, and Cockburn Town is the commercial center of the island. Guests of Turks and Caicos villas and vacation rentals will find Governor's Beach the best spot for swimming on Grand Turk. Middle Caicos and North Caicos feature lush woodlands and an abundance of plants and birds. Middle Caicos (also known as Grand Caicos), the largest and most undeveloped of the inhabited islands, features the most e