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La Romana Dominican Republic
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I want to help you plan your trip to La Romana Dominican Republic, because it is a good idea to do some researching. We are going to find some good deals on All Inclusive Resorts packages, and there are many of them right on many Dominican Beaches.

This is the third largest city in this country that shares with Haiti the Island of Hispaniola.

Altos de Chavón overlooking the Chavón River

Altos de Chavón overlooking the Chavón River

Altos de Chavón

The most important feature of La Romana is a recreation of a Mediterranean style European village located atop the Chavón River in La Romana, Dominican Republic. It is the most popular attraction in the city and hosts a cultural center, an archeological museum, and an amphitheater.

The project was conceived by Roberto Copa, a former Paramount Pictures set designer. The amphitheater holds many performances. We saw there the Cirque de Soleil and many singers like Jon Secada.


One of the amazing beaches of La Romana

One of the amazing beaches of La Romana


La Romana offers many beautiful Dominican Republic Beaches on the mainland and on several islands, here are a few of the best.

Bayahibe Beach

This beach is divided in two by a peninsula called La Punta.

It has a variety of features; anchorage for fishing boats, a quiet beach for swimming and sun tanning, and a few more little beaches and coves.

Dominicus Beach

The public section of this beach is between two important hotels. Tourists staying a the hotels may relax and use the facilities of their resorts while enjoying this long and beautiful beach.

It is a busy beach during weekends.

Catalina Island

Located offshore of La Romana this is an ideal place to visit on a day trip by boat. You’ll find many white sands beaches and warm clear waters.

It is used by some cruise lines during season. The island is a must for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Saona Island

It features some of the finest beaches of the Dominican Republic, most of them privately managed by hotels, meaning you may enjoy all facilities for a day on the beach for swimming and sunbathing.

Minitas Beach

This is the beach we went to when visiting Casa de Campo many times during the years.

This beach offers all facilities you may expect. You’ll find all kind of water sports or boat renting to go to the mouth of Rio Chavon.

La Romana Dominican Republic



Casa de Campo Dominican Republic our favorite

Casa de Campo Dominican Republic our favorite

It has an estimated population of over 130,000. It has its own airport, public transportation, and it is the center from which commerce and tourism emerge.

If you are lucky enough to be staying at Casa de Campo Dominican Republic, you will find yourself within a stones throw from Minitas Beach.

If you happen to stay at some other hotel or resort, there is a regular shuttle that will get you there. This beach has a lot to offer besides the fact that it is in La Romana.

Whether you take the shuttle or rent a golf cart to get there you will find an abundance of water activities.


For more information Dominican Republic Tourism Website


Map showing La Romana Dominican Republic

Map showing La Romana Dominican Republic


There are a variety of different outdoor sports, kayaking, windsurfing and Caribbean Fishing just to name a few.

If relaxing is what you are after, there is a massage room where you can listen to the gentle sounds of the ocean lapping at the shore as your troubles are massaged away.

The fully staffed beach hut or La Palapa, as it's called locally, has a number of supervised activities for children, you and your spouse can enjoy Romantic Getaways without having to worry about supervising the kids.


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