Accommodations

A traditional town on the north coast of the island that is largely untouched by tourism, Cabrera is just the spot for travelers who prefer to avoid the busy resort towns but don't want to give up on the ease of having everything they need within reach. You'll find that this destination is best for autonomous travelers who crave independence and privacy in addition to luxury, as is evident in the fact that elegant villas make up the bulk of the available accommodations. You… more…

Villa Rentals

Largely untouched by tourism, Cabrera… more…

Beaches

The beaches of Cabrera are widely varied ranging from quiet coves backed by rugged cliffs to busy spots well-liked for surfing and other watersports. The best thing about beaches here is that they are rarely commercialized, so beyond a beach bar or occasional sports equipment stands, you'll find most spots are pretty secluded. You will find a large number of beaches to choose from in and around the area. For detailed information about any of these beaches just click on… more…

Restaurants

Cabrera's main street is the easiest… more…

Attractions

A town that appeals to tourists looking… more…

Snorkeling

For more information about snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for beginners and "pros" check out our extensive discussion of snorkeling in the Caribbean. more…

Weather

Because of its almost year-round warmth and sunshine, some people refer to the Dominican Republic's climate as "endless summer." The more…

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