In La Romana, most of the resorts line the shores offering guests their own beaches to enjoy, so if you're staying on one of these properties you'll enjoy plenty of perks. Most agree that the best thing about the waters here are that you can step right in and get started snorkeling thanks to clear conditions and plenty of underwater sites to see.
You'll discover a good group of beaches to visit in the area. Simply click on the name of the beach to get additional information concerning that section of the coast.
Dominicus Beach: Avenida Eladia leads right to the beach where there is a free parking lot.
Another option worth considering is La Minitas. La Minitas is a petite stretch of pristine beach with tan colored sand and turquoise waters. Restaurants and little shops line the beach, as do umbrellas, lounge chairs, and palm trees.
Caleta Beach: Caleta Beach is located in La Romana on the south coast of the Dominican Republic. The beach is a small little stretch of beach that locals use for boating, but it also calm enough for swimming.
Take a moment to look through the following table for more information about your options.
|Bayahibe||10.8 mi. East-Southeast of Central La Romana||East|
|Caleta Beach||2.3 mi. South of Central La Romana||East|
|Catalina Island Beach West||Serena Cay, 5.5 mi. South-Southwest of Central La Romana||East|
|Dominicus Beach||12.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central La Romana||East|
|La Minitas||Central La Romana||East|
If you are looking for more attractions beyond what's offered in this category, you can look beyond these choices. To find out about other other attractions for La Romana, check out this page.
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