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Welcome to the Dominican Republic, home of the merengue, beaches and rum. Just two hours from the capital Santo Domingo, come and discover with us this little corner of paradise in the Caribbean. You'll be delighted to discover that this region has everything you need for an upmarket holiday.

The Semana peninsula, to the north-west of Punta Cana‘s beaches, has nothing to envy its rival. The Las Terrenas region is located in the north-east of the country, right on the Samana peninsula. El Catey airport is around twenty minutes from the city. It offers direct flights from France to the peninsula in summer, or a short connection to North America. This little corner of paradise is where we have chosen to establish our charming residences. If you’re looking for contemporary style, you’ll love relaxing in front of a 25-metre-long infinity pool. The 180° panoramic view over the turquoise blue waters is sure to be the best you’ve ever had.

Our properties are less than ten minutes’ walk from the hustle and bustle of the city. In a more traditional setting, our colonial-style villas are true historical heirlooms. Demand a purely Dominican experience on the beautiful beach of playa Bonita. With luxury villas springing up all around, you’ll never feel alone on the peninsula. Invite your neighbours over for a glass of rum on your pool terrace and show off your lush garden. Set in the heart of luxurious resorts, our villas enjoy round-the-clock protection. Airport and road facilities are getting better every month. There is a real desire to develop this region of the Dominican Republic in a sustainable and ethical way. So now is the time to come and discover the Peninsula de Semaná for yourself.

The surrounding beaches are idyllic, with palm trees and coconut palms falling to the sand everywhere in the region. You can relax in a postcard-perfect setting. Enjoy a cocktail at Playa Cosón, not far from the city and your luxurious home. On the other side of town you’ll find the ponta Popi headland. Here you can try your hand at sailing sports, including kitesurfing and windsurfing. The waves are not dangerous in this region, and the only risk you run if you fall is of being seen as a beginner by the American professionals. The warm and friendly atmosphere here will give you the chance to chat with them and perfect your techniques. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a calmer, more serene beach in a middle-class setting, we suggest Playa Bonita, just a stone’s throw from our charming residences.

In town, you can indulge in Dominican rituals. In the evenings, dance merengue or bachata to purely Latin tunes! The West Indies and the Caribbean are the two most danceable regions in America. Take the opportunity to improve your foot placement and show off your dancing skills to the whole city in jubilation. You’ll also have the chance to teach dance to the surfers who’ve been giving you tips on the water!

The peninsula is still very wild, with lush vegetation. If you take the car, you’ll head eastwards into the inland areas of the 10-kilometre-wide peninsula. There are a number of little gems to discover, including the Cascada Lulu, where you can take a dip in a lake of pure water. The moments around a waterfall are much better than in the films that depict them. Not far away is the fishing village of Santa Barbara de Semaná, where the coastal boulevard bears some resemblance to the image you have of Louisiana. Stop off at the seaside for a grilled fish, freshly caught that very morning.

At the end of the world, or at least at the end of the peninsula, you’ll have the privilege of having a sumptuous beach all to yourself. Few travellers venture to the end of the forty-kilometre peninsula. Leave your car south of Aroyo del Cabo and walk along the narrow path to the Cueva del Agua. Lush forest to the left, endless ocean to the right, and straight ahead is the Boca del Diablo. It’s a stream that cuts its way through the thousand-year-old rocks, a place that shows you that the end is not far off. The three-kilometre walk is halfway through. You’ll eventually catch sight of the end of the world, the Playa de Frontón. Coconut palms, palm trees, fine sandy beaches, sunshine and temperate waters – it’s all there!

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