Public beach in Sosua, Dominican Republic is located just down an alley filled with beach shops off the west end of Calle Pedro Clisante. Public access is also open on the south end of the beach with a parking lot off the main Route 5 highway, which runs between the international airport (POP) and Sosua.
Those who are staying at the tourist hotels in Sosua on Calle Dr. Rosen can expect to easily walk to the beach in under ten minutes. There is no fee to enter the beach, although expect to pay a couple bucks for a beach chair and umbrella.
There are a number of small bars and restaurants on the beach, which open around noon. A few of the bartenders here are known to run off with foreign tourists who make generous offers. There are also a few massage shacks on alley coming from town.
Be sure not to take anything of much value to the beach, and bring a friend to watch cameras and keys while taking a dip in the surf. The beach itself is perfect for swimming with clear blue water, white sand and little or no current. The nearby, Waterfont Playa Alicia is better for those who just want to catch a swim without picking up girls or deal with the constant hassle of hawkers on the beach.