Without a doubt, beach recreation is one of the main reasons why so many tourists visit Punta Cana. More than 50 kilometers of the beautiful coastline ensure that beaches are never too crowded. As local laws protect public access, there are no private areas and closed beaches on the resort. Therefore, guests can stroll along the coastline, explore popular beaches like Los Corales and Playa El Cortecito that are usually quite crowded and then move to more secluded areas. However, tourists should keep in mind that they wonâ€™t get a towel or chair without the bracelet of the proper color.
Playa Arena Gorda is a popular resort located north of El Cortecito. There are many all-inclusive resorts near this beach, so it is usually quite crowded. This beach has a well-developed infrastructure and offers entertainment, such as banana boat riding or parasailing. Surfers like another beach â€“ Playa del Macao. It is possible to reach it by car. Those, who simply want to sunbathe on the tender golden sand, will like Playa Uvero Alto Beach. Romantic couples and everyone who seeks privacy will be in love with Playa Cabo Engano. Itâ€™s an isolated beach that can be reached by car only. Finally, Playa Juanillo might be the cleanest beach in the area â€“ Cap Cana staff cleans its sands absolutely every day.
Fans of nightlife will not be disappointed with Bavaro. In addition to nightclubs and bars at hotels, there are many venues not far from Los Corales and El Cortecito. Puntacana Village also has some discos and bars that are suitable for visitors who seek quieter venues than vibrant Bavaro. Vibe, Coco Bongo, Legacy Disco, and Oro are usually present in the list of the most popular nightclubs of the town.