Las Terrenas is a town on the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic, located in the province of Samaná. It is known for its scenic landscapes, white sand beaches and clear waters. Tourism in this region is constantly growing due to investments in tourist infrastructure such as hotels, clubs, restaurants and shopping centers.

Las Terrenas was founded in 1946, when then-President Rafael Leonidas Trujillo ordered the rural inhabitants of Santo Domingo to resettle in the town as farmers and fishermen. Las Terrenas was then a small fishing village isolated from the rest of the country.

Over the years the village’s old fishermen’s cabins have been slowly transformed into bars, restaurants and shops.
Samana was a slave trade port for the British in the early seventeenth century. Today, inhabitants are a combination of Taino, Spanish, West Indian and African slaves.
The name Las Terrenas originates from the French la terrienne (the landlord).

The Hotel

It is featuring an outdoor pool, 20,000 square meters of tropical gardens and located directly on Playa Bonita. All rooms have a balcony overlooking the pool, gardens or sea, have a private bathroom with shower, towels, amenities, air conditioning, television, minibar, safe, bed “king size” and included breakfast.

The property offers free parking, Hotel Costa las Ballenas is located 3 km from the center of Las Terrenas, where you can find shops, restaurants and bars. Excursions organized directly on site for El Limon, Samana, Cayo levantado and more. El Catey International Airport is a 25-minute drive. We speak your language!

 

Playa Bonita
Playa Bonita, located in Las Terrenas, Samaná, is the second beach in Latin America most recommended by travelers who travel to the different tourist destinations in the region, according to users of the Booking platform.

Transportation

Santo Domingo (Capital) – Las Terrenas

Departures : 8:30am – 9:30am – 11am- 1:40pm – 3pm – 6pm

Travel time 2 hours and 15 minutes. Departure from the stop of the Plaza Lama, Barahona Street (see map) and also at the crossroads of the Americas with the arrival of Juan Pablo II highway (count 30 minutes more from the departure time).

Santiago – Las Terrenas

Departures : 6:45am (José Achille 809 399 80 86) – 11:30am (Juan 809 666 2015) – 3pm (Alfredo 809 881 1595)

Puerto Plata (Sosua / Cabarete) – Las Terrenas

Departures : 1pm (Moreno 820 772 6608)

Nagua – Las Terrenas

Departures : 11am – 5pm (Negro 809 693 4479)

Office : Santo Domingo 809 687 1470 – Las Terrenas 809 240 5302

Drivers Santo Domingo : Francis 809 481 2494 – Sony 829 986 1887