Solaz Boutique Hotel
Beach Bar & Grill
Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic is home to some of the best Beaches in the Caribbean. From unforgettable sights to undiscovered corners, there’s just so much to see and explore. Nights come alive in Las Terrenas with dancing, from bachata to R&B, and top hits–along Pueblo de los Pescadores’ row of bars and lounges, uniting the area’s diverse residents under the stars.
Here's just to mention a few must do...
Punta Popy Beach
We are located in Playa Punta Popy, an attractive beach of Las Terrenas because of the presence of bars, cafès, and restaurants on the beach that call the attention of a lot of tourists but the development along the coast has not diminished the amazing aesthetic of the beach!
Don’t miss the sunset in Punta Popy! We absolutely recommend you to catch the breathtaking view of the pink sky and the calm seaside while sipping a fresh mojitos at our Solaz Beach Bar!
This small, picturesque island of Cayo Levantado, also known as Bacardi Island because of the Bacardi commercial that was filmed here in the '70s, boasts brilliant white sand and palm-fringed beaches. Spend the day swimming, sunbathing, kayaking or paddle boarding, and enjoy fresh fish on the public side of Cayo Levantado.
The Waterfall at El Limon
Hidden in the depths of the Samana jungle, at El Limon, is a 52 m cascading waterfall that derives from the river Arroyo Chico. You can horseback ride or hike the trail through a tropical steep terrain, Once you reach the falls, a picturesque site awaits you with a chance to refresh yourself in the cool water pools.
Los Haitises National Park
Is one of the crown jewels of the Dominican Republic’s national park system. Los Haitises attracts numerous visitors who come here by boat to see its magnificent series of high rock formations. Also boasts extensive mangroves along its bay, dotted with keys and caves.
The longest zipline run in the Island and is also its most adrenaline pumping, towering over the lush hills of El Valle. Its integrated brake system lets you glide in pairs, and flip upside down at 122 meters (400 feet) high, with speeds reaching up to 64 kilometers per hour (40 miles per hour).