La Romana is the main city on the East of the island.
Located to the Southeast of the Dominican Republic, only 110 kilometers from the historic city of Santo Domingo.
Casa de Campo, the most luxurious and complete resort in all of the Caribbean was built here.
The artisan village of Altos de Chavón is nestled between flourishing mid-mountain areas. Walking across this picturesque Mediterranean-style village takes one back on a whirlwind to yesteryear, reminiscent of colonial day Europe. Masterfully crafted by the wit of the Italian-born set designer Roberto Coppa.
Iconic cottages built in limestone poise its environment, while stunning seascapes gaze at Chavón River and the Caribbean Ocean.
This small settlement has several luxury boutiques and a museum where Taino artifacts are on permanent display; visit the Regional Archeological Museum.
St. Stanislaus Church, a charming chapel where countless celebrities have come to wed, is found in the city square. Its name honors Pope John Paul II; St. Stanislaus is Poland’s Patron Saint, birthplace of the Holy Father.
Altos de Chavón ampitheatre, a multitudinous stage resembling an old Roman colliseum, has a seating capacity of over 5,000 attendees. Throughout the year, local and international artists fill its halls.
Bayahibe is 20 minutes away from the city of La Romana. A small fishermens’ village harboring one of the most pristine beaches to adorn the Eastern coastline.
Dominicus Beach, is a gorgeous stretch of fine white sand and crystal-clear water beaches extending along the shoreline. Speedboats and catamarans depart from this area, as from the port of La Romana towards Saona and Catalinita Islands.
Saona Island, which surface is greater than Catalinita’s, is within the confines of the National Park of the East. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy its beautiful beaches, mangrove forests, and practice a host of water sports.
Catalinita Island is a wonderful spot to practice diving. You will be taken aback by its radiant sea floors with vast schools of colorful fish, turtles and other types of marine animals.
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