Cabarete is a funky little beach town which specializes in getaways centered on relaxing in the sand. Local waters and sands are clean and calm for the most part, though there are a few spots that are especially good for watersports including Cabarete Beach itself.
You will discover a large number of beaches to enjoy in and around the area. Just click on specific names for a detailed review of that particular beach.
Bozo Beach: Splitting a bay with Cabarete Beach in the town of Cabarete is Bozo Beach. A school that teaches visitors how to kite board is located just off the beach, and students spend their days practicing at Bozo Beach.
Another option for beach-goers to consider is Encuentro Beach. The thin strip of sand at Encentro Beach is smoothed by the barrage of waves, which come almost to the wall of trees backing the beach during high tide. With that said, if you come during low-tide be sure to set-up your stuff close to the trees or the water may wash them away without you knowing.
Grand Laguna Beach: A sandy beach backed by several buildings that make up a resort of the same name, Grand Laguna Beach is known for its peaceful nature.
The chart just below enables you to learn a few details regarding the beaches that can be found in and around the area.
|Alicia Beach||7.1 mi. West of Central Cabarete||North|
|Bozo Beach||Central Cabarete||North|
|Cabarete Beach||Central Cabarete||North|
|Encuentro Beach||3.1 mi. Northwest of Central Cabarete||Northeast|
|Grand Laguna Beach||6.1 mi. West-Northwest of Central Cabarete||North|
|Kite Beach||1.4 mi. Northwest of Central Cabarete||North|
|6.2 mi. West-Northwest of Central Cabarete||North|
|11.8 mi. West of Central Cabarete||North|
|Playa Gen||9.9 mi. Southeast of Central Cabarete||North|
|Playa Sousa||6.9 mi. West of Central Cabarete||North-Northeast|
Bear in mind, you'll be able to find additional kinds attractions available. To read more about other attractions for Cabarete, read this page.
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