Xeliter Vista Mare

Los Cacaos, Samana, Samana


  • DBL

    Includes a king bed and a private bathroom. It has a living room with cable TV and modern furniture and a fully equipped kitchen with dining area.

    Bed size:a king bed

  • MAX

    This splendid two bedroom apartment with excellent views of the bay. It has a king bed and two twin beds and private bath in each room. It also has a spacious living room with cable TV, modern furniture, fully equipped kitchen and separate dining room.

    Bed size:a king bed and two twin beds

  • MAX

    Wide incomparable style residence situated on a hill with stunning views of vegetation, bay and private beach property. This apartment has three bedrooms — two with King beds and one with two twin beds. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. It also has large living room with cable TV, modern furniture, fully equipped kitchen and separate dining room.

    Bed size:two King beds and two twin beds


Xëliter Vista Mare is a place where service and style are combined in such a way that changes the meaning of the word vacation. The resort is located in Los Naranjos in the Samana Peninsula, just 55 minutes from El Catey International Airport (AZS).

Samaná is considered one of the most beautiful areas of the Dominican Republic. However it remains one of the least known areas to Dominicans visitors from other countries. The beauty of Samana is its simplicity. An extraordinary place rich in history, traditions, beatiful beaches and natural wonders.

In Xëliter Vista Mare you will enjoy luxurious accommodation in elegantly decorated apartments with one, two, three and four bedrooms with view to the bay and Cayo Levantado. All rooms have spacious private terraces, impeccable service and personalized attention from our restaurant and staff to ensure you have enough time to relax. You can also enjoy our two swimming pools and a private beach.

Paradise. Retirement. Paz. Relaxation. Any of these words you choose to refer to Vista Mare. We are confident that the extraordinary accommodation, activities and natural beauty will make you consider returning home.

Xëliter Vista Marehas 87 oceanfront residences ideally located on a hill with fantastic views of Cayo Levantado and the turquoise waters of the deserted bay.


  • 24h reception
  • A la carte dining
  • Child care
  • Concierge service
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Fitness Center
  • Lounges/bars
  • Room service - full menu
  • SPA
  • Water sports



Samaná is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the northeastern part of the Dominican Republic. It is known for its mountains of which it is almost entirely formed. Samaná has numerous beaches, and with the 6 November 2006 opening of the new Samaná El Catey International Airport, it is bound to become one of major tourist destinations in the Dominican Republic.

It was discovered by Europeans on January 12, 1493 by Christopher Columbus who was greeted with a barrage of spears and arrows from native Taíno warriors. It is said that this was the first instance of violent opposition to the Spanish conquistadors in the Americas. The Samaná Province is also home to what are known in the Dominican Republic as Americanos de Samaná (Samaná-Americans) where descendants of free black Americans immigrated beginning in 1824. They took advantage of the pro-African immigration policy of then president Jean Pierre Boyer when Samaná was under Haitian rule. This migration to Santa Bárbara, Samaná began with 34 African-American families. Naturally, this African-American culture distinguished themselves from the rest of the Dominican Republic as they maintain many elements of 19th century African-American culture—such as their brand of English, food, games, community organizations, African-American names, manners, music and some recipes that have been preserved as a result of their isolation, which until the 20th century was accessible only by boat. Most are of the African Methodist Episcopal and Wesleyan faith brought to the island by their ancestors.

Samaná is considered one of the most beautiful areas of the Dominican Republic, yet remains one of the least known by Dominican natives in general and foreign visitors in particular. Its tourist industry has not yet exploited the full potential of its location: the tropical forests, coconut groves, hundreds of cozy alcove beaches with turquoise crystal clear waters, waterfalls, protected national parks, a protected bay, a peninsula.

Samaná is one of the breeding places of the humpback whale. Thousands of humpback whales come to the coast off Samaná from January to March.

At one time proposed to be the capital of the country, Samaná was to be sold to the United States as a military base during Pedro Santana’s presidency, but the deal was never realized, because the United States felt that the cost was too much.

A highway connecting the Samaná peninsula to Santo Domingo is finally opened to the public in 2008. It halved the driving time from 4 hours to 1.5 hours as it is a straight 120 kilometres (75 mi), connecting from just east of Santo Domingo (near the SDQ airport) to just west of Sanchez. There is a significant tourist development evident throughout the Samaná peninsula, particularly that of large all-inclusive resorts, in anticipation of the increased tourism to follow the road’s completion.

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