It was surely one of the more beautiful and wild beaches of the North Coast of Dominican Republic. Unfortunately now there is automobile trafic behind the coco trees and thousands of plastic bottles on the ground. To visit an unspoiled and wonderful beach go to Playa Frontón, one of the most beautiful of the Caribbeans, taking a boat at Las... 更多
Miles of pristine sand encased in a forest of palms. It really is incredibly beautiful and stretches for five kilometers. The sea here seems to have taken instructions from the God of Tourism and is incredibly luminescent and sky blue, perfect for photographers. I came here on my own with a quad bike and the beach was empty so driving... 更多
Our three teens snorkeled and picked up interesting shells. We took wonderful family photos on this great beach. Just a great place to relax and enjoy the beach, with two restaurants nearby so you don't have to pack a lunch!
We were staying nearby at Villa Serena which has a small beach and my wife wanted to see what she had heard was one of the best beaches in the world. This beach is remote and I researched how best to get there. I discovered that we could take a motor bike ride as passengers for about $20 US, a... 更多
A typical beach from the movies. Long Beach full of coco trees, clear waters. The beach has some garbage in some areas, not where the restaurants are, but in other places. At the very left there is caño frío, a river that ends at the beach. This is really beautiful, not so cold, very clear water and fun to simw.... 更多
The beach is really nice and if you are lucky you find a place without a lot of tourists. You can reach the beach with a rental car or motoconcho. Its a bit bumby. The waves are really nice and steong, so is the currency and i would be really careful going in the water.
If you're a beach lover, Playa Rincon is a secluded and impressive stop to add to your itinerary. It features a lengthy, picturesque shoreline subtly receding into crystal blue waters with gentle waves on one side of the nondescript beach restaurant and rollicking waves on the other. It is a public beach so dependent on when one arrives, finding an... 更多
Going to Rincon, you will be driving through a dirt road/beach road before getting close to ocean where you will reach a T junction. You can turn left and there would be some tourist oriented businesses/restaurant and a little river that joints the ocean, or you can turn right and drive close to a mile and find beach chairs, bars... 更多