Cabeza de Toro Beach
Cabeza de Toro Beach, is known as the place where the sun rises, the white sand and the water is almost always crystalline, I say “almost” because, like almost all the beaches in this area, sometimes when the currents change they fill up with algae, so the water is no longer that intense blue color as the beaches in the most southern area.
While the all-inclusive resorts are beautiful with all the usual amenities one can dream of, the beach can be super crowded and leaves much to be desired. The beach is long and narrow leaving very little space for the plentiful lounge chairs and sun lovers. If you are not a beach lover the pool areas are fantastic — that is if you are staying at the resort!
Cabeza de Toro beach is one of the most popular beaches in Punta Cana. It owes its name to the shape of the beach seen from the sky. Its waters are not deep, so it is perfect for families with children.
Many resorts are located in the vicinity of this beach and that is why there is always something to do on it. The water is not deep, so it is perfect for families with children.
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The beauty of the beach (besides the hot water) are the numerous coconut trees, where you can relax in the shade. Cabeza de Toro (Bull’s Head) is so called because of its shape, and is located between El Cortecito Beach on one side and Cabo Engaño, Punta Cana on the other.