Bookmark and Share

La Romana, Dominican Republic, Tourism Information


Altos de Chavón is a city of artists that has a school of design, a pre-Hispanic museum, an amphitheater, restaurants, discos and bars. It is located at the mouth of the Chavón River; it is a replica of an Italian city and is made out of stone.

The beautiful beaches of Catalina Island are used by tourists that visit the area and sailors who dock in its yellow sands and transparent waters.

General Information

La Romana is the most prosperous region in the east due to the tourism, sugar cane, cattle and production industries; the latter developed by the Central Romana Corporation, which greatly contributes to the local economy

The weather is humid, very good in the winter and fair in the summer. The vegetation consists of humid forests and cactus towards Bayahibe, and sugar cane fields and grazing pastures towards the north.

Links: