Sosua Beach itself is one of the most popular beaches on the island and is often over-crowded with tourists. What visitors will quickly learn, however, is that the town features several other equally as beautiful and calm options. The area is protected by reef which promotes calm waters, and aside from swimming, watersports are a popular pastime.
There are a large number of beaches to choose from in and around the area. Click on the name of the beach for detailed information about that specific beach.
Grand Laguna Beach: A sandy beach backed by several buildings that make up a resort of the same name, Grand Laguna Beach is known for its peaceful nature.
A second alternative to consider is Encuentro Beach. There is plenty of parking at this easily accessible beach.
Kite Beach: Dipping slightly into the northern coast, Kite Beach is known for its wavy waters that are aquamarine. The shore, meanwhile, is a dark tan colored sand lined with brush and palm trees.
The chart just below provides more details concerning the beaches found in and around the area.
|Alicia Beach||0.8 mi. Northwest of Central Sosua||North|
|Bergantin Beach||Playa Dorada, 7.7 mi. West of Central Sosua||North|
|Bozo Beach||Cabarete, 5.9 mi. East of Central Sosua||North|
|Cabarete Beach||Cabarete, 6.8 mi. East of Central Sosua||North|
|Dorada Beach||Playa Dorada, 8.5 mi. West of Central Sosua||North|
|Encuentro Beach||4.4 mi. East-Northeast of Central Sosua||Northeast|
|Grand Laguna Beach||1.9 mi. North-Northeast of Central Sosua||North|
|Kite Beach||5.4 mi. East of Central Sosua||North|
|1.8 mi. North of Central Sosua||North|
|5.4 mi. West of Central Sosua||North|
|Playa Sousa||0.6 mi. West of Central Sosua||North-Northeast|
If you want to learn about more attractions beyond what's offered in this category, you should look beyond these choices. To visit our complete guide to other attractions, check out this page.
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