Holidays to La Romana

Once a sleepy sugar-cane producing town, La Romana has developed into a bustling coastal city on the southeastern side of the Dominican Republic. Holiday here to experience laidback Caribbean at its very best where sun-filled days are spent lazing on sweeping stretches of sandy beach fringed by swaying palm trees and the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. A collection of luxury resorts are your go-to for five star relaxation, service and dining. Not sure which one is best for you? Our Travel Specialists are just a phone call away, ready to plan your holiday to La Romana.

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La Romana Travel Information

There are indirect flights to Punta Cana from London and other UK airports.

  • Currency: Dominican peso 
  • Time difference: GMT -4 
  • Flight from UK: Around 14 hours 
  • Visa: No - tourist card purchased upon arrival 
  • Language: Spanish 
  • National drink: Rum 
  • National dish: La bandera
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La Romana Activities


Spending time in La Romana? You won’t want to miss a day trip to Isla Catalina! The shallow waters and coral reefs teeming with marine life – including sea turtles – are perfect for snorkelling, while divers will love the drop-off known as ‘The Wall’. Prefer to stay on dry land? There are a number of golf courses where you can swing your clubs – there are four within the Casa de Campo Resort, open to guests and day visitors.

La Romana Food & Drink


Whether you are eating in local restaurants and cafés in La Romana or at the eateries of the high-end resorts in the region, you’ll find there’s a focus on using fresh ingredients including catch of the day and locally-grown fruits, vegetables and meat. For an authentic taste of the Dominican Republic, be sure to try the popular dish of stewed meat, rice and beans with a side of fried plantains and – of course – an ice-cold beer.

La Romana Attractions


The promise of long, languid days on gorgeous sandy beaches are the top reason that visitors come to La Romana – and we agree! For a glimpse into everyday life in the Dominican Republic, stop at Bayahibe, a fishing village with beach bars, rum shops and fishing huts. Or learn about the history of Taino Indians at the Altos de Chavon Regional Museum of Archaeology or Cueva de Las Maravillas, a cave system decorated with hundreds of paintings by the Taino people.

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