Home to the famed Caso de Campo resort, La Romana as a town has much to recommend it all on its own. Each of the area's villages has a unique set-up that is reminiscent of a time in history or a country in Europe and great for exploring, there are two casinos at the resorts, and the natural attractions make it easy to spend your days outdoors. Of course, you can't overlook the beaches, which are what caused this area to become such a popular destination in the first place.
You'll find a good group of beaches to choose from in the area. You can click on the name of the beach to read a detailed article concerning that individual beach.
Catalina Island Beach West: Catalina is a secluded beach on uninhabited island off the coast of La Romana. The island is a national park, and kept both clean and undeveloped in order to allow animal life to thrive.
Another alternative for beach-goers to consider is 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.
Dominicus Beach: Avenida Eladia leads right to the beach where there is a free parking lot.
These examples are merely a few of what's available. To read a more detailed discussion of beaches, follow this link.
Do you want to enjoy more of your vacation outdoors? You may be happy to learn the area has two interesting nature preserves available.
Isla Catalina National Park is a nature preserve located in southern La Romana. Nothing sort of a pristine tropical island, Isla Catalina National Park features some of the whitest beaches and clearest waters in the Dominican Republic. While generally visited by the guests of nearby resorts, the national park is open to all that want to stop by.
|Isla Catalina National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||5.3 mi. South of Central La Romana||Hispaniola|
Although most visitors have heard about the beautiful coastline, that isn't the only way to experience the area's natural beauty. The one example is Cueva Las Marvillas. It is located within La Romana. Unique rock formations and ancient cave drawings make this underground lair a can't miss attraction. Cueva Las Marvillas is both a natural and historical site.
Visitors can also experience a park in La Romana.
|Park||2.1 mi. East-Southeast of Central La Romana||Hispaniola|
Looking for some action? Guests who'd like to try their luck can find a few places to go in this area.
Casino Dominicus has a restaurant, so you can eat before or after you try your luck. 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.
If you enjoy playing the slots, you might like Casino Diamante Dominicus. The casino is open overnight from 6:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m.
Check out this table to read more about gaming venues in La Romana.
|Casino Diamante Dominicus||--||(809) 833-0574||12.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central La Romana|
|Casino Dominicus||--||(809) 685-1717||12.8 mi. East-Southeast of Central La Romana|
|Dreams La Romana||(809) 221-8880||10.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central La Romana|
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