Attractions in Nagua

Primarily an agricultural community, Nagua is not one of the top tourist destinations on the Dominican Republic.  Those who stay here do so usually to visit family or spend some time away from the island's large, crowded destinations.  Attractions are minimal, and feature several well-kept beaches, though you may have to travel a shore distance to reach them. 


You will discover a small variety of beaches to visit, though they are all found nearby. Just click on each beach name for more information concerning that part of the coast.

Laguna Grande Beach: Laguna Grande, which means Large Lagoon, is situated on the north east coast of the Dominican Republic in Semana. The beach, though beautiful, is in a section of town that is minimally populated and as such often remains uncrowded.

Another alternative that beach-goers can consider is La Entrada Beach. A five miles long, the gold sand covered shore of La Entrada Beach is one of the longest in the Dominican Republic. Boca Del Rio, a river that begins in the mountains of Maria Trinidad Sanchez ends here, dumping fresh water into the beach, which creates a unique dynamic within the turquoise sea water.

Nearby areas have quite a few other beaches. Read this article if you want to find more information.


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