Set on 7,000 acres in La Romana, Casa de Campo is a full service resort community that should have everything you need to keep you entertained throughout your stay. Some more adventurous tourists may not feel content staying on property the whole time and can take it upon themselves to explore nearby attractions. Within less than 10 miles there is easy access to several beaches, a national park, and more than one casino.
You will find a small variety of beaches to choose from in and around the area. Just click on the name of the beach for a detailed review of that part of the coast.
La Minitas: Las Minitas is a private beach owned by Casa de Campo which means if you aren't staying on property, you will find it very difficult to gain access to reach this beach. Those who do make it to Las Minitas will find that the beach is very well kept, and a great locale for watersports such as paddleboating and windsurfing.
Another option for beach-goers to consider is Caleta Beach. Caleta Beach forms a little curve into the coast and is lined with trees. The sand is tan colored and quiet soft, while the waters are a mesmerizing turquoise.
Bayahibe: Set in a town of the same name just 10 miles east of La Romana, the beach at Bayahibe is great for swimming and snorkeling because the waters are so calm, but simply relaxing under the shade of a palm is a popular option as well. Excursions to the pristine islands of Saona and Catalina for snorkeling and diving regularly embark from Bayahibe.
These examples are merely a few of your choices. To read our complete guide to beaches, use this link.
Do you hope to enjoy more of your vacation outdoors? You might be happy to find out that the area has an interesting nature preserve nearby.
Isla Catalina National Park is a nature preserve found 7.2 mi. South West of central Casa de Campo. The island is known to be one of the best spots in the Dominican Republic for some snorkeling. However, beach-goers will be plenty fine left by themselves soaking up the strong rays of the sun.
|Isla Catalina National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.2 mi. South West of Central Casa de Campo||Hispaniola|
Visitors can visit a park nearby.
|Park||3.3 mi. West of Central Casa de Campo||Hispaniola|
In the mood for some action? Visitors hoping to test their luck in some gaming action will have several places to do so nearby.
Dreams La Romana Casino is located 5.5 mi. Southeast of central Casa de Campo. Casino hours are 4:00 pm to 3:00 am.
If you enjoy the simplicity of playing the slots, consider heading to Casino Diamante Dominicus. If you're over 18, smartly dressed, and ready to get your game on, Casino Diamante Dominicus is the place for you. This busy casino is so easily accessible that there is a continuous shuttle service that brings people in from all of the major resorts in the area about every 15 minutes.
Casino Dominicus offers a collection of games for visitors to try out, including Baccarat, Baccarat - Chemin de Fer, Blackjack, Poker, and Poker - 3 card. The 45,000 square foot gaming floor at Casino Dominicus is truly something to behold. Since 2007, this casino has been providing night time entertainment to the five surrounding hotels and guests who come in from even further away.
Be sure to look at this table for more information about your options.
|Casino Diamante Dominicus||--||(809) 833-0574||7.6 mi. Southeast of Central Casa de Campo|
|Casino Dominicus||--||(809) 685-1717||7.8 mi. Southeast of Central Casa de Campo|
|Dreams La Romana Casino||Dreams La Romana||(809) 221-8880||5.5 mi. Southeast of Central Casa de Campo|
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