Rio San Juan's beaches promote a romantic atmosphere thanks to their quiet nature, soft sands, and gently rolling waves. Because this town is not a top tourist destination, it is easy to find stretches of sand which are nearly deserted, which warrants a word of caution about swimming alone.
You'll discover several beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. For more detail concerning any of these beaches click on the names of the ones you are intrigued by.
Rogelio Beach: Rogelio Beach is located down a dirt road off Highway 5.
Another location for beach-goers to consider is Grande Beach. Set on the Dominican Republic's north coast is Grande Beach, a unique beach in that it is popular for both swimming and surfing. The summer months is when the waters are calm enough that swimmers can enjoy the water without being pummeled by waves, while the winter months are perfect for surfers who want to catch waves of u to 12 feet.
Preciosa Beach: Preciosa Beach is set just off Highway 5. Exit the highway at a dirt road where you can park in a clearing after the trees.
The beaches in and around Rio San Juan are listed here:
|Caleton Beach||1.2 mi. North of Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||North|
|El Breton||8.9 mi. East of Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||North|
|El Calento de Dario Beach||11.6 mi. East of Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||North|
|Grande Beach||5.1 mi. Northeast of Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||North|
|Magante Beach||6.4 mi. West of Central Rio San Juan||the Dominican Republic||North|
|Orchid Bay Beach||11.6 mi. East of Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||Northeast|
|Playa Rio San Juan||Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||North|
|Preciosa Beach||5.3 mi. Northeast of Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||North|
|Rogelio Beach||4.1 mi. West of Central Rio San Juan||Hispaniola||North|
Of course, you will find other attraction types available too. To see our detailed guide to other attractions, use this link.
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