Things to see and do - Sosúa
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Sosúa Travel guide
Sosúa : Michelin's recommendations
El Batey is home to all the tourist structures of the highly popular seaside resort of Sosúa. Several hundred Jews fleeing Hitler's regime in 1938 originally founded this district, when they settled in a neighbourhood outside the original village, now called Los Charamicos (exercise caution), leaving an immense beach between both districts. Whatever the case, remember that outdoor events all stop at midnight or 1am, because of the curfew implemented by the authorities to fight against prostitution.
Tourist attractions Sosúa : Things to see and do
DOM - Sosúa
The north coast stretches along the Atlantic from Río San Juan to the Haitian border. Renowned for its waves that make it an excellent windsurfing site, it is also dotted with seaside resorts - Sosúa, Cabarete - extremely touristy. From Puerta Plata,..
C/ Alejo Martínez DOM - Sosúa
The Jewish museum charts the arrival and installation of Jewish migrants in the bay of Sosúa. In 1938, during the international Évian conference, only the Dominican Republic declared itself ready to welcome the refugees. They were granted land that f..
DOM - Sosúa
Playa Sosúa, the bay's largest beach, is accessible from both parts of the town, either by foot from El Batey, or by car from Los Charamicos. It is invariably packed from 11am to 5pm at weekends. Go in the morning and make your way to the lovely beac..
Calle Dr Rosen 3, El Batey DOM - 11517 Sosúa
Hotel Don Antonio is located 600 metres from Sosua Beach, and offers an outdoor pool, gardens and free private parking. Each bright air-conditioned room has free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Rooms at the Don Antonio feature functional décor and include a cei..
Calle Dr. Rosen DOM - 57000 Sosúa
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Calle Prolongacion Pedro Clisante #35 DOM - 57000 Sosúa