Beauty of Las Terrenas!

Published on 18 Feb 2019 / In clickfunnels francais

Las Terrenas is a town of at least 14,000 (2002 census) inhabitants, located on the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic on the Samaná Peninsula. It's treasured by both foreigners and Dominicans for its scenic landscapes, white sand beaches and clear aquamarine waters.

Founded in 1946, Las Terrenas was a quiet, rural fishing village until the last 10-20 years. Today, inhabitants have expanded beyond the West Indian and Spanish farmers and fisherman. There are roughly 6,000 expats living in Las Terrenas, about half are French (and French seems as widely spoken as Spanish). The next biggest expat groups are the Italians, followed by Brits, Canadians and Americans.

From the very decent roads (2 hr drive from capital of Santo Domingo) to the growing number of hotel, clubs and restaurants, it's clear the Dominican Republic is installing the infrastructure necessary for the tourism trend to continue to grow.

We discovered a number of small condo/hotel developments being built, or recently built and now expanding. They're still quaint, intimate resorts though that offer great opportunities for short-term vacation rental investment ownership combined with opportunity for personal vacation use. Given the growing real estate investment opportunities, I found it interesting that the name Las Terrenas originates from the French la terrienne (the landlord).

We found Las Ballenas to be the best beach in Las Terrenas - that's where we'll consider buying :)

Thanks to our new friend Zimri for the amazing Drone footage, you can contact him at :-)

And to for the amazing music!

If you're interested in taking a trip to Las Terrenas to check out the vibe and want to scout out the real estate scene, contact our friend Helen @ Beachtown Properties:
Nobody knows the ins & outs of Las Terrenas better.

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