Sosua is one of the most beautiful beach towns
in the Caribbean island of Dominican Republic, bringing a lot of
visitors each year who come to enjoy this small town's golden sand
beaches and scenery. There are several beaches, being the most favored
Beach, which is a stunning crescent-shaped bay protected by coral
formations and offering crystal clear waters that become a diver ( or
snorkeler's ) paradise. Sosua`s other beaches are Waterfront ( also
called cul de sac ), Casa Marina beach, Paradise beach ( actually shifts
on and off every several months ), Playa Imbert and Playa Chiquita.
Waterfront beach is only 7 years old ( came out of nowhere after a storm
around 2002 ).
Sports fishing off the coast can be one of the most
rewarding experiences if you enjoy it, also sailing if you want to fall
in love with breath taking vistas. Originally founded by fleeing
Jewish settlers during world war II, this small Dominican Republic beach
town was little known until tourism took off in the island in the mid
80`s. With the Playa Dorada complex in Puerto Plata, soon tourists were
coming to Sosua lured by its beautiful beaches and Caribbean flavor,
once a quiet community of Jewish farmers. Today what once was a lonely
beach is a delight to international travelers from all over the world,
many of which have chosen to stay and live in the island. A very large
population of expats share their culture and mingle with locals and
foreigners alike. Sosua still is in pristine condition despite heavy
estate and the resort business.
Currency exchange advantages is another reason why
many investors from the USA, Canada, Europe and and the
UK have chosen the island as their main destination.