¡Bienvenido a La Romana!

La Romana is a hidden gem, nestled between the popular resort area of Punta Cana and the bustling capital city of Santo Domingo; close enough to everything the Dominican Republic has to offer, but far away from the everyday. Home to world-class resorts and pristine beaches, La Romana is the perfect getaway for those seeking exceptional tropical stays in a more secluded, private and safe environment. And with local activities ranging from waterparks to national parks and world-class golf to world-class diving (complete with shipwrecks!) La Romana truly is a destination with something for everyone looking to let go of average and... just Go With The Flow.

Playa Nueva Romana

Residential development at the most beautiful beaches.

Boca de Yuma

A small fishing village with cliffs overlooking the sea.

Casa de Campo

A luxury resort complex with golf courses, dining, and more.

La Romana

Coastal Caribbean town with world-class resorts and pristine beaches.

Saona Island

Home to turtles, dolphins, and birds within Cotubanamá National Park.


Expansive swimming beach with restaurants and shopping.


A hot spot for scuba diving, complete with shipwrecks!

Catalina Island

Crystal-clear waters meet the sandy white shores at Catalina Island.

La Romana

Sometimes, you just need to let go; of responsibilities, schedules and the nine-to-five. We invite you to experience the flowing waves, breeze, and lifestyle of our tropical paradise. Go with the Flow in La Romana.

La Romana is just a short 30 minute drive from Punta Cana International Airport and about an hour drive from Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo. La Romana International Airport (LRM) is 10 minutes from town. Puerto de La Romana is a base for major cruise lines.
Taxi, bus, car rental, walk, dance, kayak, and boat are the best ways to get around La Romana.
No visa application is required for valid passport holders if staying under 30 days.
Procigar Festival, Casa de Campo Spring Shootout, Bayahibe Fishing Tournament, Concerts in Altos de Chavon.
Average year-round temperatures sit at 78°F to 88°F (25°C to 31°C). Loose, flowing clothes encouraged.
The Dominican peso (RD$) is the official currency throughout the country.
Cotubanamá National Park, Altos de Chavón, Cave of Wonders, Saona Island, Catalina Island and so much more.
Most travelers do not need to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival to enter the Dominican Republic.

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La Romana has it all. Find tours, beaches, restaurants, boating, shopping, golf, watersports, ziplining, and more.