This is our land of the plains, of the best golf courses, of baseball and beautiful beaches too.

Boca Chica and Juan Dolio, the two destinations nearest to the capital. In Boca Chica the nightlife is intense, with bars and restaurants just about on every corner. Juan Dolio is the “it” destination for those who wants to getaway from the “life in the fast lane”: a recently renovated beach, villas and condos, some exclusive restaurants such as El Embarcadero, Aura Beach and Con-Con, and its two golf courses, Los Marlins and Guavaberry, a third one under way.
 
San Pedro de Macorís is the cradle of the best Dominican born baseball players, but also the land of sugar cane and the sugar mills; and its “guavaberry”, a typical slightly alcoholic and very refreshing beverage.
 
La Romana has become one of the most important tourist destinations in Dominican Republic and sole owner of many attractions, for example Catalina island, the complex of Casa de Campo with its four world-known professional golf courses and Altos de Chavón, the city of artists and the amphitheatre which has witnessed wonderful performances of such great artists like Sting, Frank Sinatra, Plácido Domingo, Santana, Bob James, Air Supply, Heart, Julio Iglesias and many more.

Bayahibe and Saona Island, two very popular beach destinations and fishermen villages, are part of the East National Park where thousands of wonders are there to be discovered, including the most beautiful sunsets.

Bávaro & Punta Cana combined is home to the country’s largest hotel and resort infrastructure. Here, life is all about the resorts and all sort of outdoor activities, water sports, horseback riding, crazy wheels, tours on 4x4 and, of course, lots of golf in the area.