Guayacanes Beach is a modest beach with calm waters and fine sand that is rarely visited. Located a short distance from Playa Caribe, the town of Juan Dolio and its well-known beach are just a couple of kilometers away, where you can do some shopping in its gift shops.
The small fishing town of Guayacanes has a beautiful white sand beach with only a couple of restaurants and houses. It is frequented by fishermen who go in and out to fish from it, it is also a favorite destination for locals who spend the day playing in the waves and relaxing in the turquoise waters.
In Guayacanes Beach it is recommended to wear water shoes since the beach is rocky in some areas, it is the perfect place for a walk at sunrise or during sunset. Enjoy your dream beach day under the shade of palm trees or immersed in the refreshing shallow tropical waters of this small fishing village.
which is located in the province of San Pedro de Macorís, Its name comes from the guayacán, a very abundant tree in this region that is used for the elaboration of handicrafts, it is simply a place where you can relax.
This natural bay with its gently sloping beach of fine sand protected ships from storms and strong swells. Nearby caves offered previous inhabitants shelter from severe hurricanes.
In the following centuries, many ships in need of protection were unable to enter through the narrow spaces between the reefs and many ended up, trying to escape storms or pirates, as shipwrecks on the bottom of the Caribbean Sea. Witnesses to these times of adventure are particularly the shipwrecks, cannons and anchors that have been found in the waters of the Juan Dolio area.
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