Trip Planner : Caribbean / Dominican Republic / San Pedro de Macoris Province / Juan Dolio / Beaches / Juan Dolio Beach
Juan Dolio Beach, Juan Dolio
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Enjoy a swim in the turquoise sea at Juan Dolio Beach. Miles of white sand stretch out underneath the coconut palm trees (of which you may witness a trimming). Take a stroll along the beach or go snorkeling in the coastal reef. With several sunken ships off the coast, the beach is also a popular destination for scuba diving. Round out your visit by browsing the nearby shops, or stopping in one of the restaurants and bars. Work out when and for how long to visit Juan Dolio Beach and other Juan Dolio attractions using our handy Juan Dolio trip builder.
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Es posible que sea la mejor playa en las proximidades de Santa Domingo, pero está muy lejos de la belleza y tranquilidad que ofrecen otras zonas de la Isla, como Samaná o incluso Bayahibe. Es una play... read more »It is possible to be the best beach in the vicinity of Santa Domingo, but is very far from the beauty and tranquillity that offer other areas of the island, such as Samana or even Bayahibe. It is filled with chairs, umbrellas, tables and hammocks beach... You this surprised some in the Dominican Republic, up to the most heavenly and remote place is full of sun loungers... why? Them caregivers you assail so you feel in your area of beach, by what it best is OK as soon as possible and sit you, relax you and enjoy. The food at the beach seemed expensive, although you can ask for a beer and wait for vendors to offer you all kinds of newly extruded molluscs. All Juan Dolio looks a bit decadent with abandoned buildings, together others with luxury pretensions. Experience, it is interesting to know a local tourist beach near the capital. It's a shame, it could be much nicer if they had not saturated it buildings in first line and accessibility was not made by narrow paths between houses and apartments close to the beach.show original
Great beach to relax in the shade. Beach chairs and tables availabe at several spots, usually paid $300 to $350 RD for day, 3 to 6 people. I swam and snorkeled and had a blast. Take a cooler and enjoy... read more »
We went there right after the hurricane came through and it was forbidden to go in the water. The ocean looked very brown; from the hurricane I suppose. We had a very pleasant time there though, sitti... read more »
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