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La Romana is located on the southeast of the Dominican Republic and is one of its most popular tourist resorts. The city is famous for its sugar cane production but is now home to the city surrounded by tropical jungle, golf courses and beautiful beaches. This coastal hub also provides a wide range of shopping areas, oceanfront promenades and is also surrounded by nearby small villages.
Explore Altos De Chavon, a 16th-century Mediterranean village that gives you an idea of what a Mediterranean inspired village would have looked like back then. Jump on a river cruise and kick back and enjoy the Chavon River, arguably the most picturesque river in the country. Don’t miss the Cueva De Las Maravillas cave and explore the pictures on the cave walls left by native Tainos - this deep cavern will leave you wanting more. Tour the island of Saona a short boat ride away where you can scuba, take photos and enjoy the excellent BBQ lunch that includes a delicious Lobster dish. Snorkelling and diving are very popular in La Romana. Book the Passion Paradise Adventure scuba excursion of Catalina Island. Relax and take in some golf; Playa Minitas is a beautiful beach accessible by golf carts so you can enjoy golf and some cocktails and lights snacks after 18 holes. Playa Bayahibe is a popular tourist resort only 10 minutes away. With its turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, you and the family can enjoy a relaxing and fun day.
La Romana has some fantastic resorts, hotels, villas and apartments available to make your stay an enjoyable one. La Romana is suitable for water sports enthusiasts as well as families with children and couples. All needs are catered for whether all-inclusive, self-catering or full board.
🧡 Cueva de Las Maravillas
🧡 Playa Bayahibe
🧡 Saona Island
La Romana Airport (LRM) is 6.8km away and Punta Cana Airport (PUJ) is 66km away from La Romana.
The Dominican Peso is the currency used in La Romana.
Atlantic standard time (GMT-4) and is 5 hours behind Irish time.
La Romana enjoys a warm climate all year round and makes for a great holiday destination. May to October is generally very hot and humid while December to March is relatively cool. Rainfall happens mostly during the summer monthswhen temperatures are generally between 25°C -33°C and rarely fall below 18°C in the winter.