This is a nice beach, but I would not call it the most beautiful of the surrounding beaches in this area. Harder to get to, less sand area overall.
Very nice beach if want quiet,breezy getaway. Sometimes i look for this but if want a beer or food I want to have a 2 minute walk and to have some choices. Somewhere around this beach may be an upscale hotel with upscalle prices,, I didn't see one during my short visit. As long as not semana Santa or xmas... 更多
Playa Bonita is a unique, gorgeous beach. Separated by a peninsula to its east from the calm Las Bellenas beach, Playa Bonita is more exposed to the wind and water and as a result is a terrific playground for surfers, boogie-boarders, or kids and adults alike who like to jump over waves. It is home to two surf schools; we... 更多
After having read all the comments we were expecting a lot. Of course we had already been to some beaches in the area of Las Terranas. Compared to these other beaches it was quite windy...maybe we had bad luck to have a windy day, but the wind did not give a relaxing feeling. The view was not that much more... 更多
This is a fine beach in the Las Terrenas area. Most of the reviews have it right. Rather than repeat what others have already said here are some tips and suggestions for other beaches: Las Terrenas is THE big beach town on the Samana Peninsula. If you are looking for a quiet, secluded spot this isn't it. If you want... 更多
Beautiful beach surrounded by palm trees and lots of places to get away from the cruise ship crowds. The sand is clean and the water is crystal clear.
Brown sugarcane colour,small waves and safe for children. It is outside of the central part of town so a transportation is necessary, There are 2 "shacky" eateries.
The beach is really awesome . the water is crystal clear . this is one of the most beautiful beach in the country dominican republic. The fish they sale at beach side is delicious and not expensive.