There is nothing else like it in the Caribbean. This spectacular villa complex is connected to the mainland by a remote-controlled bridge, like an elaborate castle distanced from the world by a clear turquoise moat,
Emerald Cay is truly one of the most luxurious private islands ever constructed. Perhaps surprisingly, this extraordinary property isn’t found in the glamorous Bahamas or BVI – but in the Turks and Caicos, a languid chain of isles home to less than 40,000 inhabitants.
The larger Caicos are composed of six large islands that are home to more than 80% of the country’s population, and a few well-known resorts like Pine Cay, a sprawling 800-acre private island offering the barefoot luxury of the Meridian Club, and Parrot Cay, a highly exclusive island hideaway favoured by royalty and Hollywood celebrities. The most populated island in the Caicos, Providenciales – most often referred to as Provo – is the bustling tourism hub of the country, offering golf courses, fine dining, and a character that many say is reminiscent of the Florida Keys.
It’s just metres from Provo across the unique swing bridge that you’ll find Emerald Cay. Six years of construction resulted in a magnificent estate with approximately 30,000 square feet of elegantly designed interiors. No luxury was spared in Emerald Cay’s creation – a home theatre, 3-storey library, 6,000 bottle wine cellar, two adjoining swimming pools with a waterfall, and tennis and volleyball courts are just some of the luxurious features.