Accommodations

The downtown area of San Pedro de Macoris is just steps from the beach and merges beachside town with colonial architecture and modern city. Villas and condo complexes are the most sought after form of lodgings here, while there are several small motels and a few big name hotels in the area as well. There are multiple property types to consider nearby, including a standard hotel and some resorts. Click on each link to read more details. Travelers in search of good on-site… more…

Hotels

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Beaches

Along the coast of San Pedro de Macoris is the ocean promenade, which is called the “Malecon.” A drive along this road offers views of the soft, tan-colored sand leading to bright turquoise waters. The shores are lined with little thatch-roofed cabanas to provide shade for anyone who rents them out, and you can almost always get your hands on one thanks to the lack of crowds in the area. You'll find a large selection of beaches to visit, though all of… more…

Restaurants

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Attractions

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Activities

A small town known for its colorful buildings and authentic Caribbean ambiance, San Pedro de Macoris' main industry is not tourism. This makes it a great destination for those looking to escape the country's big resort areas. Still, there is enough activity here to keep guests busy including… more…

Shopping

More of a quiet cultural destination than a major shopping mecca, San… more…

Weather

Because of its almost year-round warmth and sunshine, some people refer to the Dominican Republic's climate as "endless summer." The more…

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