Las Terrenas, on the north coast of the Samana Peninsula, is home to a large French community who emigrated in the 90s. Most businesses here are still French-owned so don't be surprised to hear French being spoken on most street corners. Renowned for its bustling and friendly local lifestyle, with plenty of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants right on the beachfront, it is also the perfect base from ...
In this lively little fishing village full of colourful houses, life plays out to the sounds of the merengue and bachata.
Boasting a number of bars, nightclubs, and restaurants down by the water's edge, the village is famous for its lively and friendly local life.
North of the Samana Peninsula, Las Terrenas is home to a large French community.
The Dominican Republic is the world's biggest exporter of organic cocoa. It is possible to visit cocoa cooperatives and cocoa tree plantations.
This is the perfect departure point for visiting the El Limon waterfall, some 9 miles away.
This is one of the most beautiful beaches on the peninsula.
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