Casa de Campo (La Romana, Dominican Republic)

Casa de Campo (La Romana, Dominican Republic)

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Living the high life in Casa de Campo

The name of Casa de Campo is nothing short of legendary for golfers. Now home to a trio of Pete and Alice Dye-designed courses, the exclusive enclave east of La Romana hits its 18-hole zeitgeist with the sculpted, wave-sprayed fairways of the Teeth of the Dog _ it's consistently rated in the world's top 100 rounds. After teeing off there, you can either retire to the pool sides of luxurious Casa de Campo vacation rentals, stroll between the yacht sails of the Casa de Campo marina, or trawl the beautiful south coast of the Dominican Republic for the soft beaches of Bayahibe.

Hit a round of 18 at the Casa de Campo

Golf, golf, and more golf is the vacation routine of choice for many a traveler to this corner of the Dominican Republic. If you're coming with the clubs in tow, then you could strike it lucky with Casa de Campo vacation rentals located on the edge of the Teeth of the Dog course or the manicured Dye Fore course. Most even come with private golf carts and maid service. Don't want to play? No worries, regular tournaments unfold on the fairways, too, while spas, gyms, sailing outfitters, and chic fine-dining abounds elsewhere in the resort.

Fairways and enthralling museums in Casa de Campo

It shouldn't come as a surprise that the main attraction in this swish resort is that much-talked-about trio of golf courses. Offering 54 holes of world-class sporting, they've been magnetizing club hitters since the fairways first opened in the 1970s. They aren't the only attraction though. Casa de Campo vacation rentals on the beaches of Bayahibe mean morning swims in the Caribbean Sea, and soft-sanded sunbathing spots. Others are close to the immersive open-air museum that is the Altos de Chavon _ a replica European settlement complete with Spanish plazas, Roman amphitheaters, and traditional art galleries.

Tropical golfing in Casa de Campo

Come to Casa de Campo vacation rentals in the Dominican Republic high season to be in with the best of the annual golfing tournaments and playtime. You can hit a round of 18 before hitting the beaches of the nearby Bayahibe without worrying about tropical storms and rain between December and March. The wet season, which runs from May to November, can mean lower rates in the villas and fewer players crowding the tees _ just be ready for the chance of some wilder weather.

From lush greens to white sands in Casa de Campo

The Casa de Campo resort area hides between the green hills on the southern side of the Dominican Republic. It tumbles down to meet the Caribbean Sea with its wide fairways and golf holes, which seem to dip into the waves with their rocky boundaries and marine water features. The closest escape into the island's wilds is at the East National Park. This jewel of the Bayahibe region has jungle-dressed mountains and deep coastal caves. It also spreads over the paradisiacal Isla Saona, where white-sand beaches and aquamarine seas await daytrippers.