For those who want to live where you and your family can enjoy sports without leaving your environment, there is nothing like Casa de Campo.
Casa de Campo offers one of the largest selections of sports entertainment anywhere, including golf, tennis, horseback riding, shooting, sailing, fishing, diving, sailing, hunting, and polo. We have delicious restaurants, a fantastic beach club and much more.
The private beach called Minitas Beach is a true private sanctuary that is perfect for sunbathing or enjoying sports. Beyond our shores, the isolated islands of Catalina and Saona await us with even more hidden beaches and lush surroundings to explore.
Casa de Campo has expert people who can prepare excursions for you all over the country. You can discover the oldest city in the new world, the art of making Dominican cigars or travel to an ancient Mediterranean city without leaving the country. In addition to our natural beauty, Casa de Campo has a wide variety of arts. Sometimes it’s nice to explore a day or two in the local surroundings, but if you don’t want to leave the Casa de Campo Resort, there is more than enough to see and do in our 7,000-acre community, as well as Altos de Chavón.
Altos de Chavón a replica of a 16th-century Mediterranean city in the heart of the Dominican countryside, located within Casa De Campo. Designed by Dominican architect José Antonio Caro and Italian designer and director of photography Roberto Coppa, every detail of Altos de Chavón was handmade by local artisans.
Altos de Chavón is a cultural center for residents, tourists, and artists from all over the world. You can find art studios, shops, and boutiques that showcase their unique creations. The Art Gallery presents works by renowned Dominican artists, as well as artists from around the world, which helps foster a dialogue of creativity and cultural exchange. Altos de Chavón is also home to the famous Altos de Chavón School of Design, which is affiliated with the Parsons School of Design in New York. Other sites include an archaeological museum, which offers insight into the area’s fascinating history, the Church of San Estanislao, a 5,000-seat amphitheater, and panoramic views of the Chavón River and the Caribbean Sea. Don’t let anyone tell you, come to visit us.