Pine Cay is a spectacular 800-acre, privately-owned island situated north of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos. Set in the string of cays and islets in the sickle-shaped archipelago just south of the Bahamas, Pine Cay is a resplendent jewel.
Established in the early 70's the island is a tranquil community of homeowners who are dedicated stewards of its pristine ecosystems, its flora and fauna. The island offers an exceptional real estate opportunity in the Turks and Caicos for those who seek privacy yet want to enjoy the benefits of having almost 600-acres free space for recreation.
Property values on Pine Cay have been little affected by the downturn in the economy. A limited number of properties paired with the lifestyle afforded by such an investment means that Pine Cay properties are always in demand.
Pine Cay offers secluded beaches rated among the best in the world, along with security and privacy all within easy reach of airports and other services.
A residence on Pine Cay is a legacy for the future. Join the generations of families who have called Pine Cay home, and discover the magic of home ownership on this secluded, private island.
The most striking natural feature of Pine Cay is its underground fresh water lens. The structure and porosity of the limestone is such that rainfall is absorbed and held as if in a sponge. Being lighter, the fresh water floats on the underlying salt water, forming an underground lens-shaped layer of pure fresh water, varying in depth from a few inches to over 40 feet. The island benefits from an abundance of naturally-desalinated potable water.Marine Life
Due to the diversity of habitats and variety of species, the fishing off Pine Cay is excellent. An unimaginable number of fish, corals, sponges and fans are found in water 6 to 15 feet deep. There is a multitude of opportunities for outstanding underwater photography since visibility can exceed 100 feet.Flora
Pine Cay has several distinct vegetation zones, each with its own set of plants and attendant bird life. Over 100 plant varieties have been identified, including an ancient mahogany tree, branched cacti, and two varieties of native orchid.