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 discover a large number of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. You can click on the name of each beach to get additional information concerning that part of the coast.
El Breton: El Breton is located off Highway 5 just outside of Cabrera.
A second option that beach-goers can consider is Diamante Beach. Diamante Beach cuts a rectangle shape into the north coast of the Domincan Republic, lined by low rock walls on either side and trees on all sides except the one leading out into the ocean. Freshwater streams dump into the lagoon, where the waters vary from teal to turquoise.
Preciosa Beach: Just before the more popular Playa Grande in Cabarera is Playa Preciousa. This quiet stretch of sand is often overlooked despite the stunning views.
The following table lists some key facts regarding the beaches that can be found in and around the area.
|Caleton Beach||10.8 mi. West of Central Cabrera||North|
|Diamante Beach||4.2 mi. South of Central Cabrera||North|
|El Breton||2.6 mi. Northwest of Central Cabrera||North|
|El Calento de Dario Beach||1.0 mi. Southeast of Central Cabrera||North|
|Grande Beach||7.0 mi. West-Northwest of Central Cabrera||North|
|La Entrada Beach||7.0 mi. South of Central Cabrera||North|
|Orchid Bay Beach||1.0 mi. Southeast of Central Cabrera||Northeast|
|Playa Rio San Juan||11.3 mi. West of Central Cabrera||North|
|Preciosa Beach||6.8 mi. West-Northwest of Central Cabrera||North|
Bear in mind, Cabrera has other attraction types. You can read this page concerning even more attractions if you want to learn more specifics.
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