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 small variety of beaches to choose from in the area. To get full details any specific beach click on the names of the ones you're interested in.
Dominicus Beach: Dominicus Beach is a white sand beach lined with brush and palm trees. The waters are a calm teal, inviting visitors in to test it out.
Another option that beach-goers can consider is La Minitas. La Minitas is accessible vis a 10 minute shuttle bus or golf cart ride from Casa de Campo, provided by the resort.
Caleta Beach: Caleta Beach forms a little curve into the coast and is lined with trees. The sand is tan colored and quiet soft, while the waters are a mesmerizing turquoise.
The beaches in La Romana are listed here:
|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|
Needless to say, La Romana has other attractions. Click on this link to visit our guide to other interesting attractions for La Romana.
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