Vacation in the warm, beautiful, and friendly Caribbean. Enjoy the five-star restaurants and warm, ocean breeze in a luxury, spacious, vacation resort. Conveniently located within walking distance 7 tenths of a mile from Minitas Beach within Casa de Campo, this villa estate has an open, spacious, floor plan designed with Caribbean furniture and tile floors throughout. All accommodations to make your vacation peaceful and relaxing and the best you have ever experienced.
Ranked Number One Best Golf Resort in the Caribbean by Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine 2003, Casa de Campo Resort and this villa estate offer a paradise in a haven of relaxation. Casa de Campo has four 18-hole golf courses, a recently completed $100-million-dollar marina which offers boutiques, restaurants,
A prestigious yacht club, and an old Roman empire called Altos de Chavon set along the Chavon River and where Alica Keys most recent video was shot at Casa de Campo. The quaint Altos de Chavon village offers several choices of restaurants, bars, and coffee houses, making Casa de Campo the complete Caribbean resort.
Other activities at Casa de Campo include the recently remodeled La Conya Bar and Sports Bar which offer nightly dance shows and a haven for sports fans. Minitas Beach has numerous bars and two wonderful seafood restaurants. Besides four famous golf courses, the resort also offers island tours, catamaran excursions, polo, tennis, water sports, beach sports, horseback riding, skeet shooting, fishing, fitness center, scooter, and golf cart rentals. For children, 'Kidz in Casa' offers fun activities for all ages and 24-hour babysitting.
For golf fanatics, Casa de Campo has four gorgeous golf courses. In 2003 the Dye Fore Course was built and designed by Pete Dye and his son which sits a top the Chavon River. The famous 'Teeth of the Dog' Golf Course was voted number one in the Caribbean, 35th in the world, and has five holes along the ocean. The Links Course and private Marina Golf Course are also available and challenging.
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