Choosing the Dominican Republic for your next vacation indicates that you have a deep love for beautiful beaches, sparklingly clear oceans, and a peaceful, relaxing time. When you stay at the Casa de Campo, you're indulging in luxury and beauty that even the most famous celebrities enjoy. To make your Casa de Campo experience complete, you'll need to know a bit more about their stunning beaches.


This is the beach alongside the resort itself. As a guest of the resort, you'll enjoy full access to the beach, including the use of the small palapas on the sand. Some areas of the beach may be serviced by attendants that will bring you food and drink while you enjoy the waves. While some notice is given for inclement weather or other hazards, there are not full-time lifeguards, so swimming here is done at your own risk. The waves and currents of the ocean along the beach are extremely mild, however, and free from dangerous drop-offs.

Having a private beach is refreshing, as you'll only encounter other resort guests. You'll be able to make new friends and enjoy peace and safety while soaking up the sun. The beachfront is kept clean and well-maintained by resort staff, and there are even shady sports and little patios that you can enjoy the sun without the sand!


Escape to the beautiful Catalina Island. Located in the Parque Nacional del Este, Catalina Island is a great place to get some sun on the beach or snorkel the amazing reefs which are a short swim away from the pier. The clear and shallow waters near Catalina Island are sure to be a hit with the family.

There is a ferry service that will take you to the Island. There is a restaurant on the Island which is more expensive than the restaurants in the Resort. Make sure to pack a lunch or some snacks.


Saona Island is famous for the natural beauty of its beaches. Popular with film makers searching for the perfect castaway style deserted island, Saona Island is also protected by the Parque Nacional del Este.

The most popular beach on Saona Island is the Palmilla Beach which provides beach-goers with a natural offshore sandbar which is perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Gazing at the starfish is our favourite thing to do when visiting Palmilla Beach.

Beaches in Punta Cana

Having a small private beach is a luxury that makes most travellers book their stay at Casa de Campo in the first place. However, sometimes you want a larger place to go, with bigger waves, more people, and a chance to try out different water sports.

Playa Maco, a pristine stretch with clear water and gentle waves, hosts an ideal place for beginner surfers and boogie boarders. There are lessons available - in fact, your friendly concierge at Casa de Campo may even be able to recommend a good one! If you want to stay nearby in the area, Playa Juanillo is another standout, recognized for its wide sands and relaxed vibe. The sunny stretch of Playa Cabeza de Toro is nice too, although this beach is the farthest from the Casa de Campo Resort.

Sosua Beach

If you came to the Dominican Republic for sporting and adventure, you should head over to one of the best places on the island for diving. The water is deeper here than you private beach at Casa de Campo, but there are also plenty of licensed snorkelling and scuba guides to help you explore the depths safely. You'll find this beach close to the Puerto Plata International Airport. Sosua Beach is a mecca for divers and snorkelers due to their newly constructed, unique underwater park. Once you dry off, there's also plenty of activity on the land, such as vendors, snack stands, souvenir shops, and more.

If you like your travels with a bit of character, you'll be interested to note that Sosua Beach and the community have a thrilling role in World War Two. The beach town also has an interesting history: Jewish settlers arrived here after World War II seeking refuge and established a community. There is still a synagogue in operation today.