La Romana is the perfect destination for families, couples, golfers and lovers of fishing and sailing.

The Dominican Republic boasts a wide range of activities including sugar cane plantations, golf, beach and scuba diving. La Romana is situated in the western part of the country and offers visitors a range of accommodation options including villas and apartments to suit all budgets. With its beautiful beaches and stunning scenery, La Romana is also an ideal place for those who enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking or horse riding.

Those looking for a little bit more excitement will find plenty to keep them entertained in La Romana with its many casinos and nightclubs located just outside of town. There are also lots of historical attractions including a World War II museum located on the outskirts of town which houses artifacts from that time period including airplanes used by American soldiers during their occupation of this region during World War II.

La Romana is located between two of the largest sugar cane plantations in the world: Central Aguirre and Matanzas. These plantations have been producing sugar for over 100 years and are still in operation today.

The beach is great for swimming and fishing, while locals offer boat tours of the caves that surround La Romana. For those who like to explore at their own pace, there are also plenty of hiking trails through the surrounding jungles.

Altos de Chavón

At the foot of the Dominican Republic’s tallest peak, Altos de Chavón is a sixteenth-century Mediterranean village with cobbled streets and coral stone buildings. The village is also home to Catalina Island, a luxurious resort that offers guests an unforgettable experience.

This quaint town has long been famous for its architecture, which was inspired by Mediterranean towns such as Barcelona and Mallorca. It’s no surprise then that the village has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 2004.

Catalina Island is just a short drive away from Altos de Chavón and offers visitors a chance to enjoy all kinds of activities like horseback riding, golfing, biking and swimming at one of their three pools or on their private beach with views of Catalina Island.

Altos de Chavón sixteenth-century Mediterranean village in Dominican Republic La Romana
Aerial of Bayahibe fishing town in the Dominican Republic


Bayahibe is a small fishing town, located on the Dominican Republic’s eastern coast. It’s known for its pristine beaches, majestic nature, and exquisite accommodations.

Bayahibe is also home to some of the most exotic flowers in the world: the Bayahibe Rose. This gorgeous flower grows only in this region, and it has a scent so sweet that it will make you swoon.

If you want to get out of town and enjoy some fun activities while you’re here, there are snorkeling and diving excursions available through local tour companies. You can also take a boat ride to Saona Island, where you’ll be able to enjoy peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of daily life in Bayahibe.

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