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Located just a three hour drive west of Santo Domingo, this remote and relaxed little town is an undisturbed and unspoilt paradise in the middle of nowhere, perfect for those who seek utmost peace, privacy and tranquility during their Dominican Republic holidays. Founded back in 1802, this province was once a successful fishing town and a famous agricultural city, producing large quantities of coffee and sugar. Nowadays however, is not the actual town what attracts travellers to this natural environment, but the friendliness of the charming locals and the stunning natural location Surrounded by the purest and richest of nature with spectacular cliffs providing the ultimate backdrop the many deserted and secluded beaches, it is ultimately the inviting coastlines and the warmth of the people that make this place so alluring.

But beware those looking for exciting nightlife and modern attractions should look elsewhere. With its rural and modest surroundings, besides the little disco clubs scattered throughout the area, and the very few hotels, there is nothing glitzy about the southwest region. Here, locals live in simple “tejemani” style of houses, made of intertwining sticks and branches. It is perhaps the seclusion and slow-pace of living that make visitors so eager to return. Barahona's unique appeal lies not in its individual belongings, but in the beauty of the surroundings and its warmly hearted people.


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Enjoy the laid-back charm of this quiet resort, set on the east coast near Punta Cana. Its 22 km of beautiful soft white sand beaches are dotted with palm trees. A number of All-inclusive resorts offer a wide range of facilities and amenities; you can enjoy refreshing cocktails by the beach, enjoy a round of golf or swim with dolphins at the nearby ecological park. Water-sports enthusiasts favour this area for its excellent facilities however; it can be prone to choppy seas, particularly in the afternoons. For those who want to explore more of the country, you can organise excursions to the capital Santo Domingo and the surrounding area. While there is a range of entertainment options on offer, Bavaro is not well known for its nightlife. It is perfect for those seeking sun, sand and sea with an away-from-it-all atmosphere.


Bayahibe is situated on the southeast Caribbean coast of the Dominican Republic. This tiny fishing and diving village has a picturesque harbour filled with catamarans and wonderfully coloured fishing boats surrounded by vibrant green countryside that hugs the fine white sandy beaches. A Bayahibe holiday offers more of an authentic Dominican experience than many other beach resorts. You can visit a working sugarcane mill or an artists' village, explore the archaeological museum and amphitheatre, hike in the East National Park, or take a tour to the capital Santo Domingo. There are also boat excursions to nearby islands including the uninhabited Isla Catalina, named by Christopher Columbus. The village shops are filled with local handicrafts, regional rum, cigars and amber products so you can take a little piece of the Dominican Republic home with you. The area's hotels offer activities such as scuba diving, snorkelling and water sports or you can simply relax in true Dominican style and watch the world go slowly by. With fabulous beaches, beautiful scenery and a wealth of attractions, a holiday in Bayahibe has it all.

boca chica

Boca Chica is set on the south coast of the Dominican Republic, on the Caribbean Sea. This area's trademarks are its clear shallow waters and its pretty bay that is protected by a coral reef. The picturesque village is home to colourful Caribbean-style houses, excellent hotels and a prestigious yacht club. Boca Chica is a popular destination for deep sea fishing, yachting and many other water sports. You can windsurf or sail, snorkel or scuba dive or paddle out to the small off shore islands. Those looking to explore further afield can take a glass-bottomed boat tour, charter a motorboat or cruise to La Romana or Saona Island. Boca Chica is also just 30 minutes from the attractions and nightlife of the capital Santo Domingo, so you can combine culture and history with a relaxing beach holiday in the Dominican Republic. As the sun sets after a busy day, why not try locally caught seafood at one of the Boca Chica's restaurants before a night out at one of the bars, discos or live shows? Boca Chica is a paradise of leisure and entertainment.

costa dorada

Costa Dorada is situated on the northwest coast of the Dominican Republic and is one of the most exclusive spots on the Amber Coast. Costa Dorada has lush tropical vegetation, golden sand beaches and warm tranquil waters. The gorgeous beach, which stretches for two and a half miles, is shared with Playa Dorada and has shops, bars and restaurants which combine to make this a chic tourist resort. Watch the sun slowly set over a beach that stretches as far as the eye can see and then merengue the night away! You will receive a warm welcome in the Caribbean and hospitality that is second to none - what more could you ask for from your holiday in the Dominican Republic.

Coasta Dorada has a beautiful setting with Isabel de Torres in the background. This is a popular tourist attraction as visitors can take a cable car ride up the mountainside to explore the summit offering a botanical garden and cruciform Christ statue. Costa Dorada provides everything you need to keep you entertained on holiday including fine dining and a wide range of activities such as diving, deep-sea fishing, and paragliding. Just 750m away is a championship 18-hole golf course surrounded by palm trees with four greens facing the sea. You can even take a jaunt in an off-road vehicle or there are excursions to fishing villages where you can sample a meal of the local shellfish.

juan dolio

Juan Dolio is situated towards the east end of the Dominican Republic’s Caribbean south coast. Juan Dolio and its neighbour Guayacanes are tranquil, picture perfect locations with a coastline of tropical farmland, palm trees and light sand beaches protected by a reef. The town was originally a small fishing village and now its buildings form a long and thin strip hugging shoreline. Everybody walks in Juan Dolio as the beach road is quiet and many small shops line the beachfront. Juan Dolio and Guayacanes have earned a reputation for excellent cuisine with a variety of fine restaurants. For nightlife, there are casinos, hotel bars, live shows and discos where you can merengue or salsa ‘till the small hours. Juan Dolio is within easy reach of the culture, shopping and nightlife of Santo Domingo and the attractions of La Romana. Busy Boca Chica is just half an hour away.

This holiday destination is perfect for a quiet escape but still offers a varied choice of local excursions. Trips are available to the Altos De Chavon artists' village, the seven kilometre long underground river at Cueve Fun Fun, Los Haitises, Saona Island and Catalina Island. However, if you are seeking action, head for the area's casinos, discos, 18 hole golf course or participate in any of the water sports on offer. Take part in a jeep safari, try the scuba diving, snorkelling, deep-sea fishing or horseback riding.

la romana

Standing out as the third largest city in the Dominican Republic, the city of La Romana is the capital of the southeastern province of La Romana and has quickly become on of the most popular holiday destinations for worldwide tourists that come to enjoy Caribbean holidays in the Dominican Republic. Thanks to its beautiful beaches, all in pristine condition and the good tourism infrastructure that has been developing over the years, La Romana is now one of Dominican's most attractive spots.

Popular sites to visit during idyllic beach stays at La Romana include the Tabacalera de Garcia (the largest handmade cigar factory in the world!), the famed Bayahibe beach praised as the quietest and calmest in the region, the Teeth of the Dog course (for golfers), the Altos de Chavon village with its beautiful array of craft arts displayed in the square plaza and the Regional Museum of Archaeology. La Romana is also the nearest point from which to embark on a trip to the virtually deserted islands of Saona and Catalina.

playa dorada

Playa Dorada, meaning 'golden beach', is situated on the Atlantic north of the Dominican Republic on the spectacular Amber Coast. This purpose built resort is horseshoe shaped and clustered around a championship 18-hole golf course. The lush palms, attractive lakes and sandy coastline combine to make this a well-planned holiday oasis. The beach has miles of fine, golden sand and is fringed with palm trees where you can sit in the shade and watch the world go by. Playa Dorada has a wide range of water sports on offer including snorkelling, windsurfing, paragliding and banana-boat rides. Land based activities include horse riding, go-karting, and some holidaymakers come just for the golf. At Plaza Playa Dorada, there is a good choice of gift shops, relaxed restaurants and even a small cinema.

The choice of local excursions offers something for everyone. You could take a cable car ride to the summit of Mount Isabel de Torres, travel in a jeep to La Isabela, site of the first Columbian town in the Americas. See the highland towns of Jarabacoa and Constanza or travel through the Cordillera Septentrional to Moca, the cigar making capital of the Dominican Republic. Damajagua and El Limon even have waterfalls for that perfect photo opportunity. After watching the sun slowly set, enjoy a live show, try the casino, enjoy some live music or merengue the night away at a local disco - the perfect way to end the day in your tropical paradise.

puerto plata

Puerto Plata sits on the Atlantic north coast of the Dominican Republic on the spectacular stretch of coastline called the Amber Coast. Puerto Plata nestles at the foot of the majestic Mount Isabel de Torres, to the west is the colonial fortress of San Felipe and to the east are the golden sands of Playa Long. Christopher Columbus founded Puerto Plata, and it became a major port and trading centre for the Spanish colonies. This region is popular not only for its beaches but also for the many other attractions it offers. The bustling sea front boulevard, the Malecon, is lined with open-air restaurants, shops and brightly painted Caribbean-style houses. There are markets and shops around the city with the largest shopping complex at the nearby Playa Dorado Plaza. Puerto Plata has a good selection of specialised restaurants as well as little bars and eateries where you can try the famous Creole-style crab legs and ginger cakes. Enjoy a night on the town at a Dominican Casino or if dancing the merengue and salsa sounds like fun then hit the local discos and clubs. In Puerto Plata, you can experience the real flavour of the Dominican Republic.

Excursions from Puerto Plata include riding the cable car to the summit of Mount Isabel de Torres and visiting the unspoilt beach at Playa Grande. In La Isabela, see the remains of Columbus' house and the museum of the Taino civilization. The Amber Coast has one of the world's largest amber reserves and many exquisite examples are on display at the Amber Museum. Explore the highland towns of Jarabacoa and Constanza and the Laguna Gri-Gri National Park or marvel at the Damajagua and El Limon waterfalls.

punta cana

Punta Cana is situated on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic on the Atlantic Ocean. This part of the Dominican Republic features a long and almost unbroken stretch of white sand beach, crystalline waters and a coral reef. These spectacular beaches have been defined by UNESCO as amongst the world's most beautiful. Punta Cana's coastline is backed by flat coastal countryside, a large lagoon and mangrove forests. The long coral reef protects the beaches providing ideal conditions for bathing and water sports such as windsurfing, sailing and scuba diving. The natural beauty, pleasant climate and warm Dominican hospitality have made Punta Cana one of the best holiday destinations in the region. 

Activities on offer in Punta Cana include swimming with dolphins, go-karting and golf. Local excursions are also available to explore the islands of Saona and Catalina or cruise along the Chavon River. The East National Park is home to caves with pre-Columbian petroglyphs and the remains of a Taino village. A visit to Santo Domingo is a must for sightseeing and shopping - look out for local rum, cigars and amber products. For those who are feeling really adventurous, you could take to the skies on a helitour of the area. Superb hotels, amazing beaches and an unbeatable welcome make Punta Cana an ideal choice for a holiday in the Dominican Republic.

santo domingo

The capital of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo is an enchanting city that blends old world charm with modern Latin flair. Santo Domingo is the oldest city in the Americas, having been founded in 1496 by Christopher Columbus’ brother Bartholomew. The city skyline features 16th century colonial buildings, imposing palaces and fortresses and modern 21st century buildings. Santo Domingo’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts the oldest cathedral, monastery and university in the New World. The expansive plaza is home to the quaint 17th century sundial and is framed by palaces that house the city’s interesting museums. Theatres and galleries showcase the city’s cultural heritage and after dark the atmospheric restaurants, cafes and bars that line the cobblestone streets of the Old Town come to life. This city offers great shopping with designer stores, outlets and markets. Santo Domingo's unique atmosphere and vibrant culture make it one of the most exciting cities in the Caribbean.


Sosua in the Dominican Republic, is situated on the Atlantic North Coast on the stunning Amber Coast. This bustling resort is wrapped around a curving bay of calm, clear turquoise waters with a long fine golden sand beach. The beach is fringed by palms and almond trees against a backdrop of towering cliffs. The spectacular beach and authentic Dominican atmosphere make Sosua the perfect location for your holiday in the Dominican Republic. Sosua has an interesting history and gave shelter to hundreds of Jewish refugees after World War II, many of their original wooden houses can still be seen today. The main beach is backed by a promenade that is lined by shops, bars and cafes. It is one of the best places for a wide choice of Haitian paintings, carved stone and handicrafts. There is a wide choice of water sports on offer including sailing, water-skiing, jet-skiing and scuba diving.

Many local excursions are on offer from Sosua, you can take a cable car ride to the summit of Mount Isabel de Torres, journey by jeep to La Isabela, site of Columbus' first town in the Americas. Visit the highland towns of Jarabacoa and Constanza, or see the Laguna Gri-Gri National Park and unspoilt Playa Grande Beach. Sosua has many restaurants and for a real taste of the Caribbean try the selection of bars. The ambience in Sosua is relaxed, informal and friendly, perfect for either dancing the night away in the disco or finding a pleasant spot for a sundowner cocktail.

uvero alto

You can fulfil your tropical holiday fantasy with a stay in Uvero Alto. Palm lined baches, perfect blue skies. Uvero Alto is one of the most secluded villages on Punta Cana’s exclusive Coconut Coast, a majestic 50-kilometre sweep of tropical shoreline in the north-east of the Dominican Republic. Pull back the curtain of coconut trees and there’s a blanket of powder soft sands, where a select number of high-class resorts have put down roots.