The beaches were assessed according to five criteria: untouched beauty, remoteness, quality of sand and water, number of sunny days per year and average annual temperature. The leader of the rating was Grace Bay on the island of Providenciales of the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean Sea. The territory is under the sovereignty of Great Britain. Experts call Grace Bay an ideal place to enjoy the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean with clean sand without algae and rocks. The sun over the island shines for 319 days a year, and the average annual temperature is 29 ° C. You can get to the archipelago by flights from Amsterdam, London and Paris.
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