Casa de Campo’s golf has been internationally recognized for more than three decades. The world's golfers flocked to the course after it served as a backdrop for the 1971 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. It remains the only Caribbean course consistently in the world’s top 100 courses (usually top 50). The Links Course (opened in 1974) boasts beautiful rolling hills. Dye’s newest course, the much-acclaimed Dye Fore (opened in 2000), skirts cliffs 300 feet (91 m) above the Chavón River, with views of the village of Altos de Chavón, distant mountains and the new marina.
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Casa de Campo has a modern, new 400-berth marina, complete with a shipyard with a 120-ton TraveLift designed by Italian architect, Gianfranco Fini to resemble Portofino. Surrounding this harbor are restaurants, shops, bars, and homes.
Residential communities are strategically located to enhance the natural terrain. The area is subdivided into sea front Luxury Villa communities bordering the Teeth of the Dog and The Links Golf Courses, the private Golf Country Club, and the Tennis Club, The Marina with private docks, or the built on the Dye Fore course with views of he Altos the Chavón artist community or Chavón River for a backdrop.
CdC also offers other sports and activities, each with expert staff and the best facilities found in the Caribbean. Tennis Clubs, shooting, equestrian sport,spa, or private beaches
Several daily flights from San Juan and Miami to the resort's private international airport – makes Casa de Campo the most complete Golf Resort and Residential Community in the Caribbean.
Altos de Chavon was built as a center of culture. Stroll along cobblestone streets enjoying the architectural grandeur of days gone bye. Quaint shops, boutiques, galleries, fine restaurants and an archeological museum situated above the picturesque cliffs of Casa de Campo.
Today, this amazing village is the site of many fine restaurants, boutiques, museums and the Altos de Chavon School of Design affiliated with Parson´s School of Design in New York.
Inspired by the old seaside villages of the Mediterranean, but equipped with all the most modern services to guarantee a comfortable, relaxing stay, the Marina extends over more than 90,000 square meters. Its colorful and cultural events residential architecture includes 105 units including villas and townhouse-type apartments, many with a private pier. There are numerous shops,while the Piazza Portofino, with its beautiful restaurants, pizzerias, ice cream shops and cafés, is the center of the night life and the natural backdrop for shows and sports.
La Romana (South Coast of the Dominican Republic)
This tourist area, comprised of La Romana, Casa de Campo, Dominicus and Bayahibe, is an excellent choice for R & R vacations, honeymoons, family holidays, family reunions, teenagers, active travelers, scuba divers and golfers. If friends have raved to you about the Saona Island excursion, La Romana is the nearest point from which to embark on a trip to the islands of Saona and Catali.
Juan Dolio (South Coast of the Dominican Republic)
Juan Dolio and its neighboring beach town, Guayacanes, are for those who seek a couples or family restful vacation but like being able to take many excursions. If you are staying in Juan Dolio, you are equidistant from the culture, shopping, dining and nightlife of Santo Domingo, great beaches, scuba diving and other attractions in La Romana, and just half an hour away from busy Boca Chica. This destination is perfect for those looking for a quiet escape with the comforts of home.
Santo Domingo (South Coast of the Dominican Republic)
Santo Domingo is the most bustling and diverse city in the Caribbean with a population of over three million inhabitants within the city and the Province of Santo Domingo and sprawls out over 250 square kilometers. It is the oldest city in the New World, where the settlement of all the Americas began.
No other city in the Caribbean has a greater variety of restaurants and night life. There are so many restaurants in this city that it is practically impossible even for those who live here to have visited them all. And it's a city that never sleeps. A great place to meet people! See the first cathedral, the first hospital. Wander down cobble stone streets among the Spanish colonial architecture and imagine how things were back in the 1600s.
Santo Domingo has great shopping. Major chains from all around the world have opened branches here and more will be opening soon.
The South Coast of the Dominican Republic. Stretching east from the border, at Pedernales, with island neighbor, Haiti, to Bayahibe at the most eastern point, the South Coast of the Dominican Republic has an incredible amount of diversity to offer its many visitors. From the country's capital city, Santo Domingo, to popular resort communities with spectacular beaches, golf courses and marinas overlooking the Caribbean Sea the south coast offers a wide range of variety. Interspersed with these you'll find some of the country's larger cities and National Parks, giving you an opportunity to witness 'typical' Dominican city life, which celebrates their love for Malecón (boardwalk) strolling, Merengue music and dancing, and the Dominican national sport of baseball.
The destinations are ordered geographically going from east to west:
San Predro de Macoris