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 La Romana & Bayahibe

Golfer's paradise, yachting, horseback riding, weekend cyclists, tennis fans, hunters and skeet shooters, miles of beach, Altos de Chavón, Park of the East Saona and Catalina excursions, scuba diving...

   Casa de Campo put La Romana on the travel map since its start as a tropical golfer’s paradise in the 70s. Over the years, the destination has only gotten better. To complement the outstanding golf facilities, yachtsmen and water sports buffs join horseback riders, weekend cyclists, tennis fans, hunters and skeet shooters alike who all enjoy mingling with the Dominican Republic’s jetsetters. Visitors meet up with their friends who have migrated to their La Romana homes to escape the stress of big city life. Although the city was originally built around and maintained by the sugar mills years before tourism became the mainstay in this region. Even now, the seasonal production of sugar fills the air with the sweet smell of molasses and the design of the new La Romana International Airport mirrors a sugar cane mill, as a reminder of the days when sugar was king. La Romana today has just the right mix of right-on-the-beach hotels, small restaurants and shopping to make for comfortable visiting and living.
   A prestigious Blue Flag certified beach Bayahibe (Dominicus) is but