Playa Grande guarantees beach access
RIO SAN JUAN, Dominican Republic.- The Playa Grande tourism association will soon cut the ribbon for public infrastructure facilities, including beach access as part of a sustainable development project that seeks to reconcile private investment with interest.
Playa Grande’s announcement departs from the hoteliers’ traditional behavior of halting access to the beaches, where they post armed guards who menace Dominicans and foreigners alike.
In a statement, the hotel company said the project is part of a joint venture with its companies Playa Grande Holdings and North Shore Land Holdings, which guarantees public access to the beaches Playa Grande and Playa Preciosa.
It said the land set aside for public facilities include a wide access road for vehicles, surrounded by lush tropical vegetation, which takes visitors from the coastal road’s exit to the structures located along the beach area.
Among the facilities available figure access to beaches, new booths for food vendors, bathrooms, a arts and crafts plaza, a surfing hut, a bar and two roofed gazebos.
Source: Dominican Today
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