Overflowing with natural riches, from a dream coast to excellent golf courses, La Romana is one of the preferred destinations in the Dominican Republic. Sugar cane fields lead to beautiful white sand beaches from Dominicus to Bayahibe.
The cave-filled forests of Cotubanamá National Park are home to plenty of springs and Taino rock art. At sea, the Saona, Catalina and Catalinita islands contain turtle nesting areas in front of impressive coral reefs, while shipwrecks teeming with marine life rest at the bottom of our waters.
The largest sugar cane factory in the Americas was located in La Romana, until its owners diversified and founded the luxurious Casa de Campo resort in 1974, a celebrity favorite and popular destination thanks to its Pete Dye-designed golf courses.
Shortly thereafter, it was followed by the beautiful replica of a 16th century Mediterranean village that is Altos de Chavón, built with a breathtaking view of the Chavón River, and packed with entertainment, including a Greek amphitheater where renowned Grammy award-winning artists perform every year.