Boca Chica is a very popular beach located in the bay of San Andrés, near Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic. It is located about 30 kilometers east of Santo Domingo, on the southern coast of the Spanish island.

The proximity to the city of Santo Domingo, its crystal waters and white sands of Boca Chica have the largest beach in the Dominican Republic. Boca Chica has two small islands: the Pines, which was made from sand dredged from the port of Andreas in 1950, and the nuances that is a cay and mangrove habitats of several species of Boca Chica beach aves.La has a natural breakwater, as well as a source of fresh water from the underground river Brujuelas.

Another small fishing town located in a center of sugar production, today it welcomes visitors to its large hotel complexes. Visitors to Boca Chica can enjoy excellent sports programs and the opportunity to dive at the nearby National Park of La Caleta and see the wreck of Hickory, considered by the magazine United States "SkinDiver" as one of the top five diving points in the Caribbean.

Boca Chica in foreign visitors, especially on weekends, mingle with locals in what can be described as a classic scene of tropical beach with swaying palm trees and bright sun.

Boca Chica is a lagoon protected by reefs largest Caribbean. Those seeking the sun can enjoy the protected waters entering and leaving time to enjoy a cold beer at the beach restaurants, owned mostly by Europeans.