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La Romana

One of the country’s top visitor destinations, La Romana is defined by sugar cane, golf, beaches and diving. To arrive, tourists drive past sprawling sugar cane fields.

In the 1970s, the largest sugar mill in the Americas diversified and opened the resort of Casa de Campo, famous for its world class golf and the artists’ village of Altos de Chavón, featuring galleries and shops. While golf put La Romana on the tourism map, most visitors today come for the beaches and the comfort of its resorts.

Bayahibe is the gateway to Saona Island in the National Park of the East, the most visited natural attraction in the country. It is the land of the rare Bayahibe Rose, a cactus-shrub that in 2011 was named the National Flower.

The Casa de Campo International Airport and the Casa de Campo Tourist Port are the main ports of entry.

<>Altos de Chavón

    Sendero Padre Nuestro

    Isla Saona

    Isla Catalina

    Cueva Fun Fun

  • Adventure & Ecotourism4
  • La Romana International Airport (LRM)

    Isla Catalina

    Casa de Campo Tourist Port

  • Airports & Seaports3
  • La Romana – Estadio Francisco Micheli

  • Baseball1
  • Isla Saona

    Isla Catalina

    Playa Dominicus

    Playa La Caleta

    Playa Bayahibe

  • Beaches5
  • La Romana Nightlife

    La Romana Casinos

    La Romana Dining

    Altos de Chavón

  • Dining & Nightlife4
  • Cigar Country Tours

    Cueva de las Maravillas

    Isla Catalina

    Isla Saona

    Altos de Chavón

    Cueva Fun Fun

    Discover La Romana

  • Excursions7
  • La Romana Resorts

    Casa de Campo

  • Family2
  • Teeth of the Dog

    The Links

    Dye Fore

    Playa Nueva Romana Golf Club

    La Romana Country Club

  • Golf5
  • Be Live Collection Canoa

    Cadaqués Caribe

    Casa de Campo

    Catalonia Gran Dominicus

    Dreams La Romana Resort & Spa

    Grand Bahía Príncipe La Romana

    Hotel Caserma

    IBEROSTAR Hacienda Dominicus

    Luxury Bahía Príncipe Bouganville DPC

    Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach

    Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace

  • Hotels11
  • Casa Ponce de León

    Museo Arqueológico de Altos de Chavón

    Sendero Padre Nuestro

    Altos de Chavón

  • Landmarks & Culture4
  • Meetings in La Romana

  • Meetings & Conventions1
  • La Romana Shopping

    Altos de Chavón

  • Shopping2
  • Diving in La Romana

  • Water Sports1
  • Altos de Chavón

  • Weddings & Romance1
Altos de Chavón | Dominican Republic Has it all

Altos de Chavón

A replica of a 16th century Mediterranean village, this La Romana landmark is sculpted in stone. Its Stanislaus Church overlooks Chavón River and is in demand for weddings. Construction of Altos de Chavón began in 1976. It would open in 1982 with a memorable Frank Sinatra concert at its 5,000-seat amphitheater. World performers on tour continue to perform there, especially on long weekends in the Dominican Republic. Today, the village is the setting for restaurants, precious jewelry, art, crafts and cigars. The Altos de Chavón Archaeological Museum displays the indigenous culture of the area. The views over the river and the Dye Fore golf course that extends onto the horizon make for fabulous photography. Visitors who are not guests at the Casa de Campo resort may book a tour or pay the entrance fee.

You can even enjoy dinner, bars, and shopping while overlooking the Chavón River. www.altosdechavon.com

A replica of a 16th century Mediterranean village, this La Romana landmark is sculpted in stone. Its Stanislaus Church overlooks Chavón River and is in demand for weddings. Construction of Altos de Chavón began in 1976. It would open in 1982 with a memorable Frank Sinatra concert at its 5,000-seat amphitheater. World performers on tour continue to perform there, especially on long weekends in the Dominican Republic. Today, the village is the setting for restaurants, precious jewelry, art, crafts and cigars. The Altos de Chavón Archaeological Museum displays the indigenous culture of the area. The views over the river and the Dye Fore golf course that extends onto the horizon make for fabulous photography. Visitors who are not guests at the Casa de Campo resort may book a tour or pay the entrance fee. You can even enjoy dinner, bars, and shopping while overlooking the Chavón River. www.altosdechavon.com