Popular resort on the shore of the lagoon protected by coral reefs and with white sand beaches. Many hotels, restaurants, bars and other entertainment gives you the opportunity to combine a beach holiday with at the Caribbean Sea with a visiting bustling capital of Santo Domingo (about 40 minutes) and other excursions.
Boca Chica is located 30 km from Santo Domingo. The beaches of this town considered to be one of the best in the country. One of the most beautiful parts of the eastern shore. Protected by a coral reef lagoon and white, fine as flour, sand.
La Romana located 55 kilometers from Juan Dolio and 110 km from Santo Domingo.
Beach Bayahibe in La Romana is considered the best on the island. Coconut palms, white sand, turquoise sea and low white clouds floating in the blue sky, creating extraordinary beauty landscape. Far away from the La Romana is a gem of the Caribbean — the amazing island of Saona. Saona Island is part of the Eastern National Park, Nature Reserve, which contains numerous kinds of endangered plants and animals.
Giant hotel complex Casa de Campo in La Romana — one of the best tourist destinations in the international ranking, it is included in the top ten Harpers Bazaar. On the vast territory of the complex there are a seaport, yacht club, hotel, villas, restaurants, bars, golf course, horse ranch, and even the airport.
A coastline with more than 62 miles of beaches, coastal villages and hotels, Puerto Plata is nestled between the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the majestic mountains of the Northern Cordillera. It is also the province where the remains of the first European settlement in the Americas are located. Admiral Christopher Columbus’ famous three ships made landfall here in 1492 and called it La Isabela. If you are in the area, don’t forget to visit the Taíno Museum and the Temple of the American located there.
Punta Cana is known the world over for stunning beaches, upscale hotels, romantic settings, and amazing golf courses. The East Coast beaches of the Dominican Republic’s Altagracia province have consistently been ranked as some of the world’s best by those who have visited them.
In Punta Cana you can find the perfect resort to fit the vacation of your dreams: from family vacations to championship golf courses, to romance or luxurious relaxation, you’ll find everything you need.
The Samaná Peninsula may just be the Dominican Republic’s best-kept secret. Samaná offers everything you need to feel a part of nature at its wildest.
Almost all of the province’s economy revolves around the beach destinations of Las Terrenas, Las Galeras, Portillo, Cosón, Playa Rincón and Playa Bonita, although the Salto El Limón waterfall also deserves a visit.
Most hotels in Samaná are privately owned, and aren’t as large as the all-inclusive resorts found on other parts of the island.
Samaná is an incredibly diverse peninsula. Measuring 540 square miles, it is even larger than most Caribbean islands. It has a unique environment, with green palm tree lined hills creating a stark contrast up against unspoiled white beaches. There is much to discover in this natural paradise, including the world’s largest coconut plantation.
With over three million residents, the cosmopolitan city of Santo Domingo is possibly the most vibrant place in the entire Caribbean. Santo Domingo features a rich culture and history juxtaposed against modern developments. In the historic Colonial City, newer hotels are located on ancient cobble-stoned streets; luxury cars share the roads with horse-drawn carriages; an avant-garde international cuisine scene thrives amid classic Creole cuisine; and 21st century buildings rest beside 15th and 16th century traditional houses.
As the oldest city in the New World, Santo Domingo’s Colonial City boasts the first street, cathedral, university and hospital in the Americas. In fact, visitors usually notice that the well-preserved ancient city, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1990, makes them feel as if they had been transported back to another time.
Furthermore, and thanks to being selected as the 2010 American Capital of Culture, The Cultural Capital Organization, with the collaboration of the Dominican authorities, recently invited the public to help select from among 27 cultural sites, the seven treasures of cultural heritage in Santo Domingo. The seven treasures elected by unanimous vote include the Columbus Palace, the first Cathedral in the New World, the Ozama Fort, the Museum of the Royal Houses, the National Botanical Gardens, the Caribbean seaside boardwalk called the Malecón and the Palace of Fine Arts.
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