Villa Capri is part of a trio of beautifully designed luxury one bedroom vacation rentals on Sapodilla Bay, in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. Sapodilla Bay is known for its white sand beach, gentle tide, and crystal-clear waters. For the discriminating traveler who prefers the solitude and relaxation of a private villa over the competition for a beach chair at a resort, this villa is the perfect answer. Villa Capri features contemporary decor across two levels of living space, a large private pool with outdoor patio, and is only a few steps away from the pristine sandy beach. Viewed from the water, Capri is the center villa of the three.
Villa Capri features two levels of living space, both floors dominated by the amazing views of the turquoise water and sky. The artfully decorated beach level living room features Carrera marble floors, contemporary and comfortable furniture, and a 40" Google TV with web capabilities. The beautiful mahogany kitchen is fully furnished and is complimented by a BBQ grill on the patio. The dramatic master bedroom upstairs features a king sized bed, en-suite bath, large soaking tub, high Bali-styled wood peaked ceiling, and custom made furnishings. The second floor balcony off the bedroom is the perfect spot to have your morning coffee while taking in the spectacular views or to relax at the end of the day with a drink while enjoying the best sunsets on the island.
A short walk from the villa is Las Brisas, a wonderful restaurant serving lunch and dinner, on the waters of Chalk Sound. The island also has many other fantastic restaurants within a 10 - 15 minute drive. There are several boat excursions that will pick you up on the beach right at the villa, or we can gladly recommend many other island activities. You may just prefer to enjoy your own private slice of paradise and spend your days swimming and lounging. There is a reason Trip Advisor named Providenciales one of the Top 10 Best Islands in the World come and see why!
The Turks & Caicos Islands have a long-standing relationship with the British Crown and became a British Commonwealth Colony in 1962. The country is now officially designated an Independent Overseas Territory.
Today, the nearly 16,000 people who live there, are employed primarily by the island's two main industries: tourism and offshore banking (the islands do not levy personal or corporate taxes).
The Turks & Caicos Islands appeal to vacationers looking for a secluded and serene Caribbean destination, as well as to sports fishermen and divers who appreciate the crystal-clear waters, spectacular reefs, and rich sea life. The low-key nightlife and the fact that there is no cruise port on Providenciales add to the air of island exclusivity.