Poking out like a thumb on the far northeastern corner of the Dominican Republic, away from the crunch and bustle of big cities and tourist hordes, the 30-mile-long Samaná Peninsula is known for its natural beauty and a host of adventurous ways to enjoy it. It's long white-sand beach, fringed by coconut palms and lapped by turquoise waters, offer remarkable solitude for such picture-postcard settings. There is approximately 800 meters sandy beach. Over 80% of the land has vista view of the breathtaking Rincon Bay. (310 acres) The Samana Bay and Rincon were officially incorporated into the "club of the most beautiful bays in the world." These are the first bays of the Caribbean have received this award. 30 bays in 20 countries belong to this club now.
Samana, Dominican Republic
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1,240,000 sqm/13,347,249 sqft/306.41 acre