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Dominican Republic Villas

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  • Villas: 75
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Something for Everyone

Whether you’re looking for a romantic escape, family getaway, or cultural experience, a stay in a Dominican Republic villa offers something for everyone. Go whale watching, shop for unique local crafts, spend an afternoon at a museum, or try one of the many incredible water sports available, include surfing, diving, and snorkeling. For golf lovers, the Dominican Republic offers three world renowned courses, including the #1 rated golf resort in the Caribbean by Travel + Leisure magazine. The Dominican Republic is also home to Santo Domingo, a historic gold mining town featuring the Western Hemisphere's first cathedral, monastery, and court.  

If you're looking for nightlife, there are a variety of bustling bars, restaurants, and nightclubs to choose from.  In fact, the whole month of February is Carnival Season, when each Dominican city throws a unique celebration with lively parades, colurful costumes, loud music, and dancing. If you have the opportunity to experience Dominican Carnival, don't pass it up; you're bound to have an unforgettable experience!

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Bayahibe Beach: Very secluded with white, powder-soft sand — one of the best beaches in the Dominican Republic. You can easily access a few small islands, where you'll find wildlife preserves. Golf and water sports are all available on the beach or nearby.  

La Minitas: This popular beach offers something for everyone — visitors can even enjoy a massage on the sand. Keep in mind that this beach can get crowded.

Samana Peninsula: White sand and crystal-blue water make this beach a can't-miss. Between December and March, boats are available to take visitors whale watching. Use caution when entering the water; undertow can be strong.


Adrian Tropical, Santo Domingo: Serves up local cuisine combined with breathtaking views of Santo Domingo’s famous seaside boulevard. Open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week; does not serve alcohol. 

Captain Cook's, Punta Cana: Provides a very casual atmosphere with outdoor planchas. Delicious Dominican cuisine!

La Casita de Don Alfredo, Playa Cabarete: This home-style local favorite specializes in seafood and Italian cuisine and features unique décor, including walls hung with hand-painted porcelain collected during the owners' trips to Italy and Spain. Known for some the best shrimp dishes in the Caribbean.