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Dominica, Hampstead, Batibou Bay beach
Batibou Bay is the best beach on Dominica island, the Caribbean. This is a good lesson for those thinking, that Dominica has no good beaches. They do exist, but you have to know the spots :) Everything is perfect, - there are many palms, white sand, clear water without strong waves and currents. And after all of that, it's not overcrowded. Entry fee is US$5 per person. There is also an excellent bar with alcohol and delicious meals. / read more » /
Rating: 9.2 (8 votes)

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Dominica, Wavine Cyrique beach, waterfall
Wavine Cyrique is the most unusual beach in Dominica, the Caribbean. This is one of the few places in the World, where a waterfall (30 m) falls from the mountains directly to the beach. Before visit, it makes sense to looks for schedule of tides, as during the high tide, the waterfall falls into the sea, and it is difficult to approach it. Usually, there is no a living soul ashore, since the place is very hard to access. The beach itself is beautiful - with palms and black sand, but not very comfortable for swimming. / read more » /
Rating: 8.7 (3 votes)
Dominica, Calibishie beach
Calibishie is a perfect beach in the north of Dominica. This is one of the few places on the island with a good coast - with palms and sand, and without strong waves. So, everything is quite decent by the Caribbean standards. The only problem is that, there is a lot of algae in the water. However, it is always possible to find a spot with comfortable swimming. / read more » /
Rating: 8.5 (3 votes)
Dominica, Portsmouth beach
Portsmouth is a major town in the north-west of Dominica island, Caribbean. The best beach areas can be found in the north end of the bay (closer to the fort) and in the south (Coconut beach and Ripaton) - far away from the mass developement. As for the central bay area, it is interesting for a large abandoned ship, as well as for a good choice of restaurants. / read more » /
Rating: 8.5 (2 votes)
Dominica, Number One beach
Number One is a great wild beach with an arch in the north of Dominica. This is not the best beach on the island, but definetely one of the best. The legend says, that some episodes of Pirates of the Caribbean 2 & 3 were filmed here. This is a hard-to-reach place without tourists and without any kind of amenities. The bad thing is that, there are often dangerous currents. The west end of the beach features a creek flowing into the sea (the Hampstead River). / read more » /
Rating: 8.4 (2 votes)
Dominica, Woodford Hill beach (La Taille Bay)
Woodford Hill is a bay in the north of Dominica island in the Caribbean. This is one of the best beaches of the island - with sand (in a contrast to the west coast) and without strong waves (unlike the east coast). And still it never becomes overcrowded. There are actually two stretches of beach, - the east (La Taille Bay) near the creek and slightly more beautiful west beach called Woodford Hill Bay. / read more » /
Rating: 8.3 (2 votes)
Dominica, Mero beach
Mero is an excellent beach in the west of Dominica island, Caribbean. The north coast is full of bars with loud music and sunbeds rental. While the south end of the beach is quite wild - mostly with trees and with occasional palms. In general, this is a good place for families with children, as well as for those looking for an active holiday. / read more » /
Rating: 8.1 (3 votes)
Dominica, Scotts Head beach
Scotts Head is a beach in the extreme south-west of Dominica, Caribbean. Nearby, there is also a peninsula with an excellent hiking route along the hill. It is worth to note, that the Caribbean Sea is located to the north of the thin isthmus, while the Atlantic Ocean is to the south. But, of course, the difference is just about the waves. Near the shore, there is a steep underwater wall with a good diving. But you should be ready for the strong currents. / read more » /
Rating: 8.0 (4 votes)
Dominica, Batalie Bay beach
Batalie Bay is a beach on the Caribbean coast of Dominica. This is a cozy spot perfect for sunset and without crowds of tourists. There are many palms, as well as a good cafe. It is not worth to spend here all your vacation, but this is rather a place for one or two days. / read more » /
Rating: 7.9 (1 vote)
Dominica, Toucari Bay beach
Toucari Bay is a small fishing village in the north-west of Dominica in the Caribbean. This is a low key place with the beach being quite good by the island's standards. There are several cafes ashore including the iconic Keepin' It Real bar with delicious fish meals. There is also good snorkeling, while the boat can deliver you to a sunken ship. / read more » /
Rating: 7.8 (4 votes)
Dominica, Champagne beach
Champagne beach is a popular beach on Dominica island in the Caribbean. The killer feature of this place are the bubbles in the water happening due to the minor geothermal activity. In addition, there is an excellent snorkeling (Champagne Reef), - however, like everywhere on the rocky bottom. Sometimes, locals charge a small entrance fee. / read more » /
Rating: 7.7 (4 votes)
Dominica, Soufriere beach, photo bench
Soufriere is a small town in the south-west of Dominica island in the Caribbean. There are several protected beach areas with bubbles, where you can sit in shallow water. In general, the coast is pleasant with a good view of the green hills. As for the town, it is quite poor, though view from above is picturesque. / read more » /
Rating: 7.6 (2 votes)
Dominica, Pagua Bay beach, palms
Pagua Bay is a beach being one of the nearest to the south of Douglas Charles Airport on the Caribbean island of Dominica. Waves are usually strong, so it is best to swim only near the shore. But the views are just stunning, - as if taken from the books of Jules Verne. A romantic island, lost in the ocean, should look like that. / read more » /
Rating: 7.5 (4 votes)
Dominica, Douglas Bay beach
Douglas Bay is a beach on the island of Dominica. It is some kind of a border between the north and west coast. There are both sandy stretches of the coastline with a comfortable swimming, as well as boring stony areas being interesting to snorkelers only. In general, the coast is beautiful and wild enough - despite the construction of a large hotel in the south end. / read more » /
Rating: 7.3 (2 votes)
Dominica, St. Joseph beach, mushroom rock
St. Joseph is a fishing village on the Caribbean coast of Dominica. This is laid back place being good to watch how the locals live. However, the beach is good enough, while in the north end, there is funky mushroom-rock in the sea. And a little further away to the north, you can find popular Mero beach with a lot of amenities. / read more » /
Rating: 7.2 (3 votes)
Dominica, Loubiere beach
Loubiere is a small town located just to the south of Roseau - the capital of Dominica, Caribbean. If you are happy with a rocky beach, then it is not so bad here. Just try not to break your legs when walking into the water. Anyway, this is a positive place, suitable to see the real life of the island. / read more » /
Rating: 6.4 (2 votes)
Dominica, San Sauveur beach
San Sauveur is a small fishing village in the east of Dominica, Caribbean. Thanks to a good location in an enclosed bay, the waves are not so strong in comparison with other beaches of the Atlantic coast of the island. However, the best is just to walk - watching the scenic view of the mountains, and to sit in the bar called Nico's Rum shop. / read more » /
Rating: 4.6 (1 vote)
Dominica, La Plaine beach
La Plaine is a beach on the Atlantic coast of Dominica in the Caribbean. The place is beautiful, but not quite suitable for swimming. As elsewhere in the east of the island, it is best just to walk, enjoying the stunning views of lush vegetation. / read more » /
Rating: 4.6 (3 votes)
Dominica, Roseau beach
Roseau is the capital of Dominica island in the Caribbean. The coast is depressing, since there is no beach to speak of, while the town itself is poor and not very beautiful. The only good thing is a view to the mountains, but it's like that everywhere in Dominica. / read more » /
Rating: 4.0 (3 votes)
Dominica, Grand Bay beach
Grand Bay (Berekua) is a town in the south of Dominica island, Caribbean. There are usually strong waves - like everywhere on the Atlantic coast. In addition, the beach is not even pebbly, but is made just of large stones. The only good thing about this place is that there are not many people, so complete seclusion is guaranteed. / read more » /
Rating: 3.8 (3 votes)
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