This modern Roman Catholic Church took 15 years to build, and was completed in 1992. The cathedral is one of the few in the world where the statue of Christ is portrayed as already having resurrected and not dying on the cross.
Churches, Family-Friendly, Iconic Sights, Wedding Venues, Weddings & Romance
Ask for dishes that have carrots, beets, potatoes, broccoli or cauliflower, and strawberries that are grown in Constanza. Popular eateries include Pizzeria Restaurant Antojitos de Lauren, Restaurant Aguas Blancas, Exquisiteces Dilenia and Lorenzo’s Restaurant.
Playing tropical music, Kapioca Bar and Moé Café Bar are two of the popular nightspots in Constanza. But don’t expect much in the way of entertainment or nightlife. An adventure tourism destination, nights can be slow in Constanza. Visitors prefer to replenish their energies for the next day’s outing. The town’s central park is a […]
Music + Nightlife
Celebrated every year, the Constanza Spring Festival is an event that brings together many of the leading farming and tourism businesses of Constanza for a weekend of presentations, talks and exhibits at the Club Japonés in Constanza. It is a good opportunity to see the people and products of the region in an informal and […]
The scientific reserve boasts altitudes ranging from a low 245 meters (800 feet) to a high 1,565 meters (5,135 feet), home to over 600 species of flora and fauna, including over 100 bird species, giant tree frogs, lizards, and over 80 species of orchids.
Ecotourism, Family-Friendly, National Parks + Protected Areas, Wildlife Spotting
This pristine bathing spot is a local favorite on weekends, when families flock here to cool off in the fresh water streams of the Rio Camú. Beware of the cool temperature before jumping in!
Cenotes + Springs, Family-Friendly
Hop on a guided horseback ride around Constanza’s gorgeous valleys and villages. Routes offered include a ride to El Divino Niño Monument, or along the pine forests of the Constanza Valley.
In the center of Constanza, facing Maria Auxiliadora street is a small Japanese garden, framed by its tori gate. It commemorates the legacy of the Japanese immigrants that established a farming colony in Constanza in the 1950s.
Researchers believe this archaeological site once served as an important sanctuary of the indigenous Tainos. Hike your way slowly around its gargantuan rocks, carved with petroglyphs of Taino faces.
Ecotourism, Family-Friendly, Iconic Sights
Famous for hosting the largest, oldest, and most colorful carnival celebration in the country, and home to the two popular mountain destinations of Jarabacoa and Constanza. But La Vega is also home to one of Columbus’ first gold settlements in the Americas.
Family-Friendly, Iconic Sights