Leisure

in La Romana

 
 
Sculpted entirely of stone, Altos de Chavón —a model 16th century Mediterranean village—is a delightful place to tour for its charming medieval feel, including plenty of shopping, fine dining, and bars.
Iconic Sights, Music + Nightlife, Shopping, Wedding Venues, Weddings & Romance
Designed like a Grecian amphitheater, this breathtaking 5,000-seat open-air facility hosts concerts and performances from major Dominican and international artists year-round. Seeing a concert here, under the stars, is a bucket list item.
Family-Friendly, Iconic Sights, Music + Nightlife, Theaters
The scenic fishing town of Bayahíbe is an attraction in and of itself; Bayahíbe retains its Dominican pulse, from its local restaurants and bars to its street side arts and crafts stalls, and fishermen who bring catch daily.
Family-Friendly, Iconic Sights, Shopping
Bayahíbe packs a solid punch in nightlife, from sunset beachfront bars to a pulsating dance scene on the weekend. A handful of beachfront bars are popular spots for happy hour, while the local colmado sends merengue and bachata echoes into the village.
Music + Nightlife
Casa de Campo Marina is ideally situated where the Chavón River meets the Caribbean Sea. Within the marina complex are a wide variety of restaurants and shops.
Family-Friendly, Marinas, Shopping
Catalina is popular for water sports, particularly diving and snorkeling. Portions of the beach welcome cruise ship excursions, but the entire stretch is open for the public to enjoy.
Beaches, Boating Attractions, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, Islands + Cayes, National Parks + Protected Areas, Scuba Diving + Snorkeling
Saona’s picture-perfect beaches attract more visitors than all of the DR’s national parks combined. A protected site and part of Cotubanamá National Park, the island is a dream tropical escape.
Beaches, Boating Attractions, Ecotourism, Excursions, Family-Friendly, Islands + Cayes, National Parks + Protected Areas
From La Romana to Dominicus, beachfront resorts offer casinos with plenty of betting options.
Casinos & Gaming
Chefs have the advantage of fresh ingredients all year round. La Romana is a major meat-producing center for the country. Melons are produced at the large farm in the area. Smaller restaurants will serve catch of the day. Many Italians and Spaniards have moved into the area and opened small restaurants catering to tourists. Tourists […]
Dining
La Romana’s nightlife is as active as any other major city in the DR, and boasts additional scenic locations for a late night, such as Altos de Chavón.
Music + Nightlife
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