The beaches of the province of San Pedro de Macoris
The province of San Pedro de Macoris has some pretty beaches which are mainly frequented by the inhabitants of the region and by the inhabitants of Santo Domingo, some of whom have a second home in Juan Dolio or Guayacanes.
The province of San Pedro De Macoris is located by the Caribbean Sea with around 60 kilometers of coastline, from Guayacanes to Cumayasa.
It is surrounded by the province of Santo Domingo to the west, Monte Plata and EL Seibo to the north, La Altagracia to the east and the Caribbean Sea to the south.
It is an agricultural province that mainly cultivates sugar cane for processing into sugar and rum. It also welcomes industries (cement, electricity production ...).
Tourism has developed in the municipality of Juan Dolio and Guayacanes which has pretty beaches and in El Soco with the new complex of Playa Nueva La Romana.
The Country Club Guavaberry and the Metro Country Club are two complexes with golf courses, villas, swimming pools frequented by the bourgeoisie of the capital.
The province of San Pedro de Macoris has some pretty beaches:
- Guayacanes, popular beach with small restaurants.
- Juan Dolio.
- Playa del Faro in the capital of the province.
- Playa Boca de Soco.
- Playa Mortero in the Bahia Principe Playa Nueva Romana complex.
- Playa La Sardina.
Some hotels in the province
Photos of the beaches of San Pedro de Macoris
The province is located in the south of the Dominican Republic, between the provinces of Santo Domingo (East), La Altagracia (West) and Monte Plata and El Seibo (North).
To the south is the Caribbean Sea.
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