Cabeza de Toro Beach is a more natural beach space with soft sands and crystal clear waters with a wilder essence located to the east of the island in La Altagracia Province.
This beach is certified with the Blue Flag in some areas, it is a favorite among tourists looking to stay in one of the beach resorts.
The calm waters, reminiscent of a bay, are ideal for snorkeling and fishing. Some parts of the beach have seaweed but the water is always crystal clear and fresh, the nearby Cabeza de Toro Yacht Club is the starting point for fishing trips and tournaments.
The Cabeza de Toro Beach, is known as the place where the Sun rises, its sands are white and with crystal clear water. The best thing about the beach, in addition to its warm waters, are the numerous coconut trees, where you can rest in the shade.
In the area of Punta Cana, with an extension of more than 70 kilometers, Playa Cabeza de Toro is one of the best known beaches, although many beaches are private, Cabeza de Toro is publicly accessible.
You don’t have to stay at a beachfront resort to enjoy the many water sports and activities this excellent beach has to offer. You can rent snorkeling and diving equipment, take a tour in a glass-bottomed boat, rent a boat to celebrate a party with friends, paddle a kayak or get on a water banana, among others.
Playa de Toro is an excellent option for all those who seek to combine the beauty of the landscapes with outdoor activities that add a little fun to the magic of the Caribbean.
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