La Romana has been a refuge for the rich and famous for many years. Located on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic La Romana is best known for being the Playground of the Rich and Famous. Discover this secluded, upscale paradise featuring the resort area known as Casa de Campo, host to kings, presidents, dignitaries and celebrities for generations.
Travel Facts about La Romana:
- Summer temperatures range from 89-95°F, winter from 75-90°F. The main rainy season is between June and October, when it is hottest.
- Play at one of four ranked championship 18-hole golf courses, some of the best in the Caribbean. Visit the spectacular artist enclave of Altos de Chavon, a replica of a 16th century Mediterranean village where you’ll wander down cobblestone paths revealing unique shopping, galleries featuring traditional Dominican crafts and jewelry, excellent restaurants, and exciting nightlife. Experience a performing arts event under the stars at the 5,000 seat outdoor amphitheater.
In observance of Holy Week in the Dominican Republic, from the Thursday before Easter through the Monday after Easter, all beaches are open but no water activities beyond swimming are permitted.