Southeast Coast

Las Américas Highway runs east along the coast from Santo Domingo to La Romana. Midway are well-established beach resorts such as Juan Dolio, and inland, Sammy Sosa's hometown, San Pedro de Macorís. Much farther east are Punta Cana and Bávaro, glorious beaches on the sunrise side of the island. At the end of the highway lies the luxurious Casa de Campo resort (along with its marina and shopping village, Altos de Chavón) and its airport, both in La Romana. There are some gems among the small number of resorts in Bayahibe and Dominicus Americus. But Bayahibe Bay, all juxtaposed with fishing villages, is idyllic and truly memorable.



Columbus dropped anchor here in 1494, and Puerto Rican fishermen founded the town in the middle of the 19th century.…

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Boca Chica

The Boca Chica resort area is immediately east of Las Américas International Airport. A seasoned destination, Boca Chica is popular…

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Juan Dolio

Like Boca Chica, Juan Dolio is a story of boom and bust. The resort area began life as a pristine…

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