Monday, September 27, 2010

The five best beaches in the Dominican Republic

Make the most of your Caribbean trip

For sun lovers and beach lovers can not deal with one or two weeks of vacation in the Caribbean to compare. But even here, in this tropical garden of Eden, the Dominican Republic is extraordinary. And what makes it so special is the 1,000 miles of beaches that line its banks. Gorgeous strip of dazzling white sand, sparkling cobalt blue waters ... Not so much as a holiday trip to paradise!

So without further ado, herethe five best beaches in the Dominican Republic:


On the south coast of the Dominican Republic, hotels jostling for access to elaborate the best beach of Bayahibe - one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. In addition, the hotel has a charming fishing village nearby, and a number of nature reserves.

Offshore, the water is completely transparent about flashing with the small fish, fill a couple of islands in a marvelousScene.


On the north coast of the island, although it is one of the best beaches of the Dominican Republic, Sosua Caribbean does not suffer from over-development can be found in other parts of. With fewer tourists, there is a lively place to hear.

Juan Dolio / Santo Domingo

There is nothing like it on the beach all day and then get access to all the restaurants and nightlife that can offer a city. The city's beaches Goodare hard to find, however, and that (with only 25 km from the capital Santo Domingo) is what the beach of Juan Dolio so special.

Las Minitas / La Romana

Between Santo Domingo, Bayahibe, however you look, Las Minitas is a great beach. Not far from La Romana, combines easily with some fine to coarse sand bars and restaurants, and a variety of water sports.

Cap Cana in Punta Cana

The beach at Cap Cana in Punta Cana is fastone of the most fashionable enclave in the Caribbean. The larger is located along, coconut palms slowly on the sand and provide shelter from the glorious sun is hot.

As with much of the rest of the island, are "places" few and far between. What does little else to do but lie in the sun (or in the shade of a palm tree, perhaps) and take in this idyllic spot in front of you.

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