Turks & Caicos Private Island Is an Exclusive Retreat in Paradise
Casual living is the lifestyle on Pine Cay – bare feet are welcome everywhere on this Caribbean island, a secluded 800-acre privately owned island located in the Turks & Caicos archipelago, just 560 miles southeast of Miami.
The rustic island community also remains a refuge of natural beauty. The home owners on Pine Cay have, since the early 1970s, set and retained high standards to protect the indigenous flora & fauna, to limit the size and siting of all buildings, and to contribute to the development of the Turks & Caicos Islands in a responsible manner. From the initial establishment of this private community, a strong and proactive environmental ethic has been in place among Pine Cay members to preserve the island. The limited total membership ensures that the island will forever be uncrowded, with privacy protected for all.
No cars are allowed, and only golf carts roam the natural pathways. The natural splendor and indigenous vegetation are undisturbed, and with the strict regulations on size and siting of homes, plus the 600-acre common green space, the island remains pristine.
The members own the entire 800-acre island of Pine Cay, including the hotel, 2,800-foot airstrip, staff village, covered boat storage and marina. The exclusive 12-room hotel functions much as a country club for the members, and enjoys an excellent reputation. Becoming an owner of property on Pine Cay is much more than buying a Caribbean retreat – it is joining a very exclusive group of like-minded families who treasure their natural hideaway. Homes are simple, cottage like, and set back from the shore to protect each members view and privacy.