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Las Terrenas, located in the Samana province, is a popular destination for expatriates looking for an authentic way of life. The town offers a pleasant environment with its idyllic beaches such as Punta Poppy and Las Ballenas. It is the perfect place to retire!

The town's economy relies on tourist industry and trade which may be interesting job leads for expats looking for job opportunities.

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