Bávaro Beach is generally considered to be the best beach in Punta Cana and in the Dominican Republic in general. Surrounded by tall coconut palm trees, its soft white sand stretches for 10 kilometers (6.2 miles), with a flat slope to the water's edge, making it perfect for long walks on the beach. Uvero Alto Beach, photo created by Jaime Walker. Juanello — Juanello is a beautiful secluded beach on the southern tip of Punta Cana, in the Cap Cana area.
It is located right next to the Sanctuary Cap Cana Resorts. Here's a beautiful beach restaurant with beach huts and sofas. The food is a bit pricey, but the area is luxurious and beautiful. We spent the afternoon here, having lunch, playing frisbee and even buying fish from local fishermen.
The colorful Volkswagen van next to the restaurant is a good picture. To get there, take the road to Cap Cana. Then you will arrive at a closed area and you will have to go through the same method as Playa Blanca above. Simply mention that you are going to Juanello and hand in your ID, driver's license or passport.
Cabeza de Toro — Playa Cabeza de Toro is the perfect place if you want to be surrounded by the beautiful natural forests and wildlife of Punta Cana. There are so many beaches in Punta Cana and almost all of them have different characteristics, but which is THE best beach in Punta Cana? Well, that depends on exactly what you're looking for. The Cabeza de Toro Natural Park beach and the Be Live Collection Punta Cana in Cabeza de Toro are two of the beach's blue flag beaches. Punta Cana, one of the Caribbean's top beach destinations, is home to some of the most impressive beaches in the entire Dominican Republic.
Thanks to its 12-mile stretch, its endless palm trees, its turquoise waters, several activity options, many restaurants and bars and all kinds of accommodation, while remaining extremely beautiful and photogenic, Playa Bávaro can be considered the best beach in Punta Cana. As described in my comprehensive snorkel guide, Punta Cana isn't the best area in the Dominican Republic or the Caribbean for extensive snorkeling. Uvero Alto is a beach area and tourist center located at the northern end of the tourist city of Punta Cana, in the province of La Altagracia, in the Dominican Republic. Even the beaches at Punta Cana's all-inclusive resorts are public, so you can walk all the beaches without a problem.
If you're looking for a truly wild beach near Punta Cana, you can rent a car and head to La Vacama, a pristine section of beach along the nearly endless coastline northwest of Punta Cana. They have an extensive menu with affordable prices and occasional live music, so be sure to visit this popular beach club on the longest beach in Punta Cana. Punta Cana is my base of operations here in the country and I would love to tell you more about how to live Punta Cana off the beaten path and give you all the tips you want to know for your vacation in Punta Cana. In addition, you can take a taxi or a rental car (see the prices of rental cars in Punta Cana here*).
There are years without large amounts of seaweed, while other years the situation is aggravated by quantities that are difficult to eliminate (despite the fact that the resorts of Punta Cana always do the best they can and are usually successful).