Along the Dominican Republic’s Southeastern Coast lie vast sugar cane fields surrounding some of the Caribbean’s most beautiful resorts and beaches of La Romana and Bayahibe. These areas boast a combination of picturesque beaches, chic accommodations and desirable attractions.
Founded in the early 19th century, La Romana was originally a sugar-producing region that was also developed as a commercial port for the transport of sugarcane and wood. Today, with its brilliant waters, tropical forests and an excellent range of activities, La Romana provides the ideal destination for families, honeymooners, divers and golfers alike.
Within La Romana is Casa de Campo, a Leading Hotel of the World and one of the most luxurious and complete resorts in the Caribbean. Here, golf enthusiasts can play golf on four magnificent courses: Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore, The Links and La Romana Country Club. Nearby, La Estancia Golf Course is another option. Additionally, the resort boasts a marina with internationally renowned boutiques and restaurants that serve haute cuisine, as well as Altos de Chavón, a beautiful replica of a 16th century artists’ village overlooking the Chavón River.
Nearby, the local resort area of Bayahibe was founded as a fishing village in 1874 and is now known as a favorite destination for the beach and sun. This ecotourism-rich destination is located just 25 minutes east of La Romana and allows visitors to enjoy a tour of the surrounding nature and absorb the history of the authentic fishing village. The Bayahibe region is also home to the country’s national flower, the beautifully exotic Bayahibe Rose.
Visit La Romana and Bayahibe and enjoy a range of the amazing attractions, golf courses, beaches and more that await you.