Bayahibe Beach is a wonderful, quite quiet place that gives us that peace that we all need surrounded by palm trees and its beautiful crystal clear waters, it is located in the eastern part of the Dominican Republic, belonging to La Romana.
Bayahibe has its own when it comes to white sand beaches. The town itself has a bright little stretch off the main road, with no crowds during the day as most visitors head to the nearby islands.
At five in the afternoon, the beach wakes up with the bars, cafes and restaurants offering happy hour specials for visitors and locals, who stop for a drink while enjoying one of the most beautiful sunsets in the country.
This beautiful beach is located southeast of La Romana and made up of quiet and intimate beaches away from crowded places, surrounded by coconut and palm trees, the beach is about 2 kilometers from the town, where you will find restaurants and bars.
This starting point for trips to the islands is also known for its fishing and diving activities, as well as being an excellent place for snorkeling.
In these Caribbean waters you can see starfish, cuttlefish and manta rays as well as visiting the Captain Kidd Shipwreck on Catalina Island, or include it in the visit to the Underwater Museums that include other wrecks in the area.
In case you want to sleep in the town of Bayahibe, there is only one all-inclusive hotel; although you can also find
small and interesting aparthotels that are worth experiencing.
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