Blue Hills Beach is located on the western side of the north shore of the island. The westernmost point ends at Northwest Point. The easternmost point ends at the Thompson Cove area.
Though Blue Hills Beach is not known for wonderful swimming conditions (lots and lots of seaweed) it is still a place not to be missed. Blue Hills has so much natural shrubbery, greenery, and even some flowers. Blue Hills Beach is located in the Blue Hills area, with some homes and a few restaurants/bars. Blue Hills was actually the first area to be settled on Providenciales!
I recommend walking out on the pier, and if you’re lucky, you can see some wildlife. The pelicans’ huge wingspans only made me slightly nervous 😉
This was my first time at Sailing Paradise. I had a delicious rum punch while I walked around and admired their beautiful location! The brightly colored buildings are so tropical. Such a fun, Caribbean vibe.
Bay Road (also called Blue Hills Road) is the best road on island if you’re looking for an ocean view while driving. These are all pictures from my car (don’t worry, no one was driving behind me while I took these.)
I love this bright gazebo! Not sure what it’s here for, but it’s a great picture opportunity!
Such natural scenes. Blue Hills is definitely an untamed look. Check it out if you’re interested in more than sand and water! (Sorry, Grace Bay- perfect is only pretty for so long 😉 )