Sosua beach is a little piece of paradise set in a beautiful cove with turquoise blue waters so clear that fish can actually be seen from the surface. Bordered by a green zone in the center and two hotels on the right side ( Sosua Bay Resort and Victorian House ).
Sosua beach has a long stretch of small casitas, hosting stores, local and Haitian art studios, bars, restaurants and gift shops specializing in local handcrafts. Many bars offer a selection of seafood, local dishes and North American food, also the German and Austrian food and drinks. Local art is painted on the spot, and some tourists enjoy hair braiding services by local people, as well as fresh catch of sea food treats like oysters and shellfish.
The beach in Sosua is also home to several diving and snorkeling tour operators that can be seen each morning loading their gear and people in order to take them to the best spots. There`s also several fishing boats anchored offshore ready to tour fishing enthusiasts all day long. Reaching Sosua beach is easy, just take the Pedro Clisante Street where it begins next to La Roca restaurant, or go through the Beach Way plaza right next to the Checkpoint Bar.
The beach is kept in pristine condition due to the diligent, constant work of local authorities and other private efforts, which is important for its preservation in the long run. Tourists from all over the world and the Dominican Republic come to Sosua beach to relax in its clear waters and have some of the most delicious seafood in the island and dance some merengue played by local trios roaming the beach to make a quick buck with their guitars.