Welcome to Bayahibe
The picturesque fishing village of Bayahibe is framed between beautiful beaches full of coconut trees and innumerable springs, located about 16 kilometers from La Romana. This beautiful place is frequented by thousands of visitors who come to observe all its attractions, especially its beautiful sunsets. Here, the sky is "dressed" throughout the year in various shades ranging from pink, blue, orange and red, joining on the horizon with the silhouettes of fishing boats and catamarans forming an impressive sensory spectacle.
Bayahibe has multiple beaches in its coast, including the beach Dominicus, certified as Blue Flag, and several more pristine beaches of white diamond color in the Catalina and Saona Islands. The town of Bayahibe retains its Dominican flavor, from its local restaurants and bars to its street craft stalls and fishermen who bring in fish every day. Aside from its coastal life, Bayahibe's streets are full of history and architecture, with pastel-colored wooden houses, iconic churches and mysterious Taino caves and springs within the Cotubanamá National Park.