Cabrera is situated on a prominence midway along the North coast of the Dominican Republic -- between the busy resorts of Puerto Plata, Sosua and Cabarete and the green haven of the Samana Peninsula. It is far enough away from the airport, yet not too far, to mean that it has not developed to the overwhelming extent that some of the more proximate resort may be said to have done.
Some fine villas and equally fine views mark Cabrera out as a place to see, if you want to take a short trip away from one of the major North coast Dominican resorts where you may be staying, and experience something a little different and more realaxed.
But for a more visual idea of what we mean, why not take a quick look at some videos of Cabrera culled from the online communities ever growing catalogue. Just click once on any image and get a better insight to the delights of Cabrera set close by the brilliant blue ocean and caressed by Caribbean breezes the year through:
Wikipedia says of Cabrera:
"Cabrera is a town in María Trinidad Sánchez province, Dominican Republic. It is located at the eastern end of the country's north coast, at the western extreme of the Scottish Bay, 130 kilometers north of Santo Domingo.
It is a small town with little tourism infrastructure. Cabrera is one of the towns located between Rio San Juan and Nagua, in the province of María Trinidad Sánchez. It is also the home to many very famous luxury vacation villas, all located within Orchid Bay Estates"...
"Cabrera is considered one of the most beautiful places in the Dominican Republic. Located facing the Atlantic, Cabrera has one of the most beautiful beaches, rivers, exotic vegetation and many natural attractions. A National Park reserve is located in El Breton, a small section of Cabrera called Cabo Francés Viejo...
...The most attractive beach in the area is Playa Grande (Big Beach), cited by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Other local beaches include Playa Precioso, El Diamante (Diamond Beach), Playa La Entrada, El Caleton de Dario, El Caleton del Medio, and El Caleton Chiquito."
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