Among the most prestigious marinas in the Caribbean, Casa de Campo Marina is ideally situated where the Chavón River meets the Caribbean Sea, within the confines of the Casa de Campo Resort & Villas. The marina accommodates up to 350 yachts from 50 to 250 feet LOA, and was designed by Italian architect Gianfranco Fini, inspired from the old seaside villages of the Mediterranean. Within the marina complex are villas, townhouses, and a wide variety of restaurants and shops. Dine on the waterfront deck at La Casita with a Spanish menu, pick from a range of cuisines from Italian to Brazilian and Chinese, or relax at La Enoteca wine bar. Six on-site commercial plazas feature local designer brands, such as Jenny Polanco for apparel, Bibi León for colorful, handmade home décor and accessories, as well as International brands like Kiwi St. Tropez. Recreational options also abound, including movie theaters, a Yacht Club, a Fishing Club, and a dive shop, among others.

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