Playa Cayacoa, Santa Barbara de Samana
(3.4/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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  • The beach belongs to the hotel Bahia Principe, so is also guarded by the staff of the hotel. There may, however, also miestní from the nearby town of Samaná, however it is not a lot and not otravní. Right at the entrance to the beach you are trying to sell souvenirs and tours of the surroundings. During our stay was the landslides destroyed several weeks, so it was not available or even shower vecko. In view of the distance up the Hill to the hotel and that no one was there for almost the whole day did not choose, I conclude that they all walked into the sea. It was also proper to be forgotten, mútne, snorkeling disappears or 20 cm. but it rained, so maybe it was by, although I doubt it. Its total length is about 150 feet away, and even if he tries to clean it, there's tons of a brothel.
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  • The amount of trash floating in the water at this beach is sad. We love to snorkel but not in this water. Plus the recent landslide has part of this beach closed including the washrooms! 
  • beautiful beach, very clean even more times a day from the hotel personnel clean made, very quiet
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  • Great bridge to walk with nice little islands, beautiful view to the beach. 😍
  • Nice beach, generally not super crowded. The water is pretty clear but sand is brown, so it doesn't look as fantastic as some other beaches in the area but it's worth spending an afternoon. Most of the beach is private to the Cayocia but you can bring your towel and lay down without any problem.
  • I like walking through this beach area in the summer. It's pretty, airy, and breezy. It's a perfect spot gem beach. Just relax. ****
  • I really loved the hotel, but I was disappointed about the fact that it was not Caribbean sea. It was not what I was expecting, but it was my fault on not asking and making sure beforehand. The beach was a bit rocky, but still very pretty, and the water was clean, but then again it was the private beach to the Cayacoa Hotel I don't think I would go back here because the beach is to small, and it is not that "Caribbean look" to the sea
  • Beautiful beach !!!!