Surf e Kitesurf

Meta caraibica per eccellenza di tutti gli amanti degli sport acquatici, la Repubblica Dominicana è il paradiso di chi ama il surf, il kitesurf e il windsurf. Principianti e professionisti troveranno la costa ideale per praticare il loro sport preferito. Grazie ai constanti venti alisei, la località balneare di Cabarete si è guadagnata la fama di meta privilegiata per il kitesurf professionistico, con tanto di scuole e istruttori certificati. Dopo una giornata di surf sotto il sole caraibico, non mancano i locali per l’intrattenimento e la vita notturna. Kite Beach attira i surfisti più esperti: guardarli domare le onde è un vero e proprio spettacolo. Surfisti di ogni livello si ritrovano a Playa Encuentro, dove insegnano pluripremiati istruttori di surf. Sulla penisola di Samaná, Las Terrenas accoglie gli amanti del kitesurf a Punta Popy e gli amanti del surf a Playa Bonita. A Punta Cana, Macao è tra le mete preferite dei surfisti, mentre Playa Blanca è meta degli appassionati di kitesurf.

Ovunque ci si trovi, di fronte all’oceano o sulle coste del Mar dei Caraibi, la Repubblica Dominicana offre vento e onde perfette tutto l’anno!

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Surf e Kitesurf
Repubblica Dominicana

Cavalca le onde a tuo piacimento sulla costa caraibica numero uno per gli sport acquatici!

 
Playa Bonita si divide in due parti. La parte occidentale ha un’acqua simile a quella di una piscina, mentre la parte orientale di fronte agli hotel ha acque molto piú movimentate.  
Samaná
Per il windsurf, il kiteboarding o il laser sailing: questo é il posto giusto per imparare e praticare sport acquatici tutto l’anno. Nei fine settimana, soprattutto d’estate, le barche a vela in mare sono il soggetto per bellissime fotografie. Una cittadina di mare con piccoli hotel con ristoranti all’aperto, Cabarete é ricca di buoni ristoranti […]
Puerto Plata
Playa Blanca é perfetta per gli entusiasti del kite-board. Fatti lasciare in questa spiaggia al Punta Cana Resort & Club e prenota la tua lezione. Il ristorante di fronte alla spiaggia é famoso e organizza spesso eventi notturni.
Punta Cana
Come gran parte delle spiagge di Barahona, questo tratto di costa è ghiaioso e non sabbioso; la forte corrente è ideale per i surfisti in cerca di onde. Sul lato opposto della spiaggia scorre il fiume Los Patos, meta popolare per la favolosa piscina naturale.
Barahona
Piccola ma fotogenica, questa spiaggia di ciottoli bianchi è popolare tra i surfisti grazie alle onde gigantesche e tra i pescatori che quotidianamente si avventurano in mare, mentre la forte risacca tiene alla larga i bagnanti. Vale la pena fare tappa qui per una passeggiata e ammirare il panorama sulla costa di Barahona.
Barahona
Playa Blanca è il centro degli sport acquatici, della buona cucina e del relax sulla spiaggia. Mettiti alla prova con una lezione di kitesurf o stand up paddle (SUP) oppure partecipa a un’escursione di snorkeling e immersione.
Punta Cana
Playa Buen Hombre si trova in un villaggio di pescatori ed è famosa tra gli appassionati di kitesurf per la sua sabbia bianca e la scuola di kite, che insegna tutti i trucchi per cavalcare le travolgenti onde di questo selvaggio tratto di Atlantico.
Montecristi
Centro caraibico del windsurf, kiteboard e della navigazione con laser, a Playa Cabarete, con “Kite Beach” sul lato occidentale, potrai imparare e praticare tutto l’anno sport acquatici che sfruttano la forza del vento.
Puerto Plata
Affacciata su una splendida baia, la spiaggia a mezzaluna di Playa Caribe attira surfisti e appassionati di bodyboard, che arrivano numerosi dalla capitale durante il weekend per godere dell’emozione delle onde. È possibile noleggiare una tavola da surf e partecipare a una lezione introduttiva. E dopo il surf, sarà possibile deliziare il palato con del buon pesce fresco.
Boca Chica, Juan Dolio
Tra le tre migliori spiagge della penisola di Samaná, questa distesa di soffice sabbia dorata è ideale per lunghe passeggiate, kitesurfing (con lezioni di pratica sul campo), e il body surf. Una manciata di boutique hotel fiancheggiano la spiaggia sul lato est e ovest.
Las Terrenas, Samaná

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