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in Punta Cana

 
 
A lively, colorful beachfront lined with seafood and international restaurants, arts and crafts souvenir shacks, and bar-lounges. Playa Cortecito’s wide, white sands are ideal for swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking, or simply lazing in the sun.
Beaches, Family-Friendly
Often ranked as one of the best beaches in Dominican Republic, Playa Juanillo offers miles of pristine, powdery white sand beach, flanked with gigantic palm trees, iridescent turquoise waters, and excellent winds for kiteboarding.
Beaches, Family-Friendly, Surfing + Kitesurfing
Easily one of the Dominican Republic’s top-five most stunning beaches, the mega-wide, brilliant blonde, palm-tree studded Playa Macao is a surfer’s favorite. Macao’s local restaurants are also known for serving some of the best Dominican-style fishplates on this side of Punta Cana.
Beaches, Family-Friendly, Surfing + Kitesurfing
The name Punta Cana is used to refer to the entire 50-kilometer (30-mile) beachfront destination, but the eponymous beach–sandwiched between Playa Los Corales to the north and Playa Blanca to the south–is where the area’s tourism got its jumpstart in 1978.
Beaches, Family-Friendly
This sparkling white to golden beach is long, wide, and boasts wild waves that are perfect for body boarding fun, and surfing in some parts. A number of resorts line Playa Uvero Alto, as well as restaurants and bars.
Beaches, Family-Friendly, Surfing + Kitesurfing
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