Caribbean Real Estate & Realtors in the Dominican Republic - South and East Coasts
The South and East Coasts of the Dominican Republic
Life on the South and East Coasts of the Dominican Republic
Not far from Santo Domingo, on the south coast, is Casa de Campo in La Romana, famous for its wonderful golf courses and exclusive high end Dominican real estate, providing beautiful vacation homes or permanent residences. Polo property, golf villas and marina town homes and condos offer spectacular amenities for those looking for a sophisticated lifestyle.
Punta Cana on the east coast offers unparalleled facilities with a wide choice of villas and condos set amongst 5 star hotels and attractions. Many celebrities call this home and properties here represent some of the best Caribbean realty.
Punta Cana & Bavaro (East Coast of the Dominican Republic)
The Punta Cana destination is made up of the areas (going from south to north) of Cap Cana (Juanillo), Punta Cana, Cabeza de Toro, Bavaro, El Cortecito, Arena Gorda, Macao and Uvero Alto. Today, the East Coast beach strip is one of the best choices for those seeking the perfect beach and R&R (rest and relaxation) vacation. Punta Cana is that perfect place for a honeymoon - first or second.
Sophisticated hotels, miles of silky-fine white sand, deserted beaches with coconut palms. Unless you rent a car or purchase an excursion, don't expect much sightseeing or outstanding shopping opportunities nearby. This area is made up almost completely of large all-inclusive resorts populated mostly by couples or families. Some resorts in the area cater to sports-minded people, others are couples only, but most resorts focus on family entertainment.
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.