Macao Beach

Macao, Punta Cana


Macao is a public beach in the eastern part of the Dominican Republic. It is a favorite spot for the travelers, as the beach is one of the only beaches is the area, that provides apt for surfing. It is equally popular among tourists and locals, due to its esotic climate and the Nature. The white soft sand, and clear waters attract millions of people every year.
Macao is a well known spot especially for those, who want to have some water adventures. It is a comfortable resort for buggy and four wheels riders. The beach is directly surrounded by first class hotels, which makes the beach more comfortable.

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  • Diego Armando Díaz Liriano

    - 25 August 2018 -

    Beautiful beach at any moments! And very fresh food!

  • Khaoula Arrak

    - 02 August 2018 -

    We decided to try another beach other the Bavaro beach where we were staying. We liked it in comparison to Bavaro beach, it didn’t have any seaweed. It had some waves, but we enjoyed swimming there, some areas had less people than others. We saw a few activities around there as well.

  • Tomlin-Clarinda Campbell

    - 17 June 2018 -

    This place is amazing. It's a public Beach and you do get haggles but well worth the swim.

  • Rosalba Florián

    - 07 June 2018 -

    Nice place, the shore is little bit warm and the deep zone is cold

  • Gabby Dolechek

    - 06 June 2018 -

    The best beach in the Punta Cana area! We have visited this beach four times in the last week! One part of the beach is wavy while the other is super still and calm. The water is extremely clear and there’s no seaweed at all! Plenty of restaurants that are extremely affordable and authentic.

  • Frank Kusz

    - 11 March 2018 -

    Very beautiful beach. If you're into big waves and great scenery, this is a must! Just watch out... The locals throw monkeys and parrots at you and then charge you $5 for a picture you didn't want taken

  • Anthony Hogan

    - 19 February 2018 -

    This is a small beach but with very delicious fresh food, be it a little pricey. The views are of course beautiful and you can take surfing lessons r go four wheeling. I suggest that you have a lobster and pick one of the fish caught that morning.

  • Angie M

    - 30 January 2018 -

    Gorgeous views, clear water. You're expected to negotiate dilligently for the fresh catch: this makes a lot of people uncomfortable but they're almost offended if you don't. Man up and play the game. The food experience is fantastic- fresh seafood you choose served wherever you can find the shade of a palm. Bring cash for drinks, dune buggies, food negotiations. I recommend water shoes as I saw broken bottles on the shore and no facilities.

  • Thomas Durand

    - 22 January 2018 -

    Must visit. Clear warm waters. Crashing waves. Hold on to your belongings though a friend lost their phone here. Just be smart as you should traveling anywhere. Locals sell great food and cheap beer to you on the beach which is always great!

  • john andres

    - 19 January 2018 -

    Beautiful, clean beach with surfing. Kind of annoying with all the persuasive trinket sales though.

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