Since the eighties, Sosúa has been one of the most important tourist destinations in the Dominican Republic. Just 30 years ago, Sosúa was a quiet fishing village where there was hardly a hotel. Today it has become one of the most important tourist enclaves on the north coast of the Dominican Republic.
Sosúa is a small ocean side town west of Puerto Plata, in the Dominican Republic. This small beach town started as a Jewish settlement back in 1938 when Adolf Hitler was attacking Jews in Europe and Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo accepted to allow up to 100,000 Jewish refugees to be settled in the lands up North, what is now called Sosúa
Locally sponsored project aimed at providing useful information on the beach`s ecological, economic, cultural and social value for the North Coast region and the Dominican Republic.
Sosúa is a small town in Puerto Plata province in the Dominican Republic. The town is divided into three sections, El Batey which is the main section where most tourists visit, Los Charamicos and Sosua Abajo. Sosúa is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Dominican Republic made of white sand and crystal clear water.
Community project whose mission is to provide the tourism sector and especially the city's inhabitants with access to a massive and democratic art.
News and happenings along the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. Our collection of articles, vlog entries and other nonsense relating to Sosua, Cabarete, Encuentro and Puerto Plata.
Information on schools, business and services of Sosúa. Photos and a forum, where you can ask questions and join in the fun.
The Sosua Virtual Museum is a non profit and non commercial website. A living memorial of those who created a Jewish community in a small town of the Dominican Republic named Sosúa.
Sosúa travel guide. Accommodation, restaurants, activities, news, and more.
Tropical Zion, Allen Wells, a distinguished historian and the son of a Sosúa settler, tells the compelling story of General Trujillo, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and those fortunate pioneers who founded a successful employee-owned dairy cooperative on the north shore of the island.