|Wave Quality Rating||4|
|Type of Wave||Reef break|
|Direction of Wave||Right & left|
|Crowd Level||Not Too Bad|
Lovely uncrowded spot. This is one of the most relaxed places on this island. It is a beautiful beach where you don't see the negative sides of tourism yet. Friendly people who will welcome you into there surfers family and great waves for surfing and kitesurfing. The spot is suited for all levels and has some different breaks. Atmosphere is really good and locals are friendly.
Small bar/restaurant at the spot as-well showers and storage/surfschools. Accommodations are on walking distance as-well.
Bring some reefboots if you are a beginner. There are some sea urchins sharing this beautiful spot with us.
If you are driving out of Cabarete towards Sosua. Look for the sign of the Coconut Palms hotel on the right. From there follow the main, dirt, road to the surf spot. Can't miss it.Access & Parking Info / Cost
Parking is free and safe. If you are at the beach in front of the restaurant, turn left. You find the most parking spaces there.
The spot is easy to find and have easy access.
Cabarete or Sosua. I'm sure there must be a small hotels near by.
Cabarete is a laid-back town and is very surfer-friendly and has a great nightlife. Plenty of restaurants and a good vibe. Mainly young active people are visiting this town. In town are several hotels. For easy access to nightlife, bars, restaurant etc. it's best to stay in town and take a taxi (or moto) to the surf spots. There's 2 surf camps in town that are also an option.
Couple of surfschools. They all rent boards. The widest range of boards you will find at Antonio's all the way on the left. This is where the most locals hang out also.Surf Schools
see aboveWhen its Flat?
Chill out in the bar - good see food and cheap beer. Bar/restaurant is called ArisMendy's. Sea food is good and booze is cheap.
In Cabarete there are ton's of things to do next to the surfing. Cascading. Mountainbiking, Atv trips, Motocross or Hiking....