Beaches in La Romana

Photo credit: © Manuel Pastor

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. 

The Area's Beaches

There are a handful of beaches to consider visiting in the area. To read a detailed article concerning any specific beach simply click on the names of the ones you want to know more about.

Catalina Island Beach West

Dominicus Beach: Located on the Domincan Republic's south coast, Playa Dominicus is the first beach on the island to have achieved Blue Flag Beach status, so you can be sure your experience will be a good one. Bring your snorkeling gear, because the calm waters that lack a strong undertow are great for snorkeling.

A second place for beach-goers to consider 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: Caretta la Caleta runs right alongside Caleta Beach. Simply park in the sand and head to the shore.

The following table enables you to learn a few details regarding the beaches located in the area.

Beaches In La Romana
Name Location Coast
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 would prefer having a wider variety of points of interest beyond the category on this page, you can expand your planning horizon. To read about other other attractions for La Romana, follow this link.


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