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Barahona & Pedernales

There is no protective reef so Barahona’s beaches are open to the Caribbean Sea and swimmers need to be careful. Quemaito, about 10 kilometers from Barahona city, is two kilometers of beachfront and is popular with the locals. Take wading shoes because the beach is lined with soft pebbles. Like most of Barahona’s beaches, Quemaito is framed by a green mountain and palm trees. San Rafael is another popular beach at the point where river waters rush into the sea.

Top beaches: San Rafael, El Quemaito, Bahoruco, Los Patos, Cabo Rojo, Bahía de las Aguilas

Barahona

Barahona Guide

This brochure describes the principal attractions in Barahona and Pedernales. It includes information on excursions, events, national parks, distances and maps. Available in English.

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Bahía de Las Aguilas, Pedernales

Bahía de Las Águilas

Barahona & Pedernales Beaches
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Cabo Rojo

Cabo Rojo

Barahona & Pedernales Beaches
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Playa Los Patos

Barahona & Pedernales Beaches
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Playa Bahoruco

Barahona & Pedernales Beaches
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Playa El Quemaito

Barahona & Pedernales Beaches
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Playa San Rafael

Barahona & Pedernales Beaches
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