Outback Steakhouse

Palma Real Shopping Village

 

Coconut Shrimp At Pastrata

At The Corner Of Calle Serbia & Alemania

 

Sushi At Citrus

Plaza Turquesa, Playa Turquesa

 

Tronco Beach Italian Restaurant

Inside Los Corales

 

Don Pio Cuban Cuisine

Plaza Turquesa, Playa Turquesa

 

Pastries And More At Dalia's

Plaza Turquesa, Playa Turquesa

 

D'Angelo's Pizzeria

The Courtyard At Los Corales

 

Balicana Asian Cuisine

The Pool At Los Corales

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Dining.

The Bavaro and Punta Cana areas are home to a wealth of dining options. As there is such a diverse demographic in the area, it only makes sense that there are culinary experiences for nearly every palette.

Within Bavaro, the majority of the restaurants are within walking distance from each other, and do well to cater to expats and vacationers. Within Punta Cana, you’ll find larger restaurants and fine-dining options. Keep watching our map as we pinpoint restaurants in Bavaro you’ll be interested in.

Golfing.

There are approximately fifteen amazing golf courses scattered around the Punta Cana/Bavaro/Macao areas – all of which are professionally designed and developed.

Golfers the world over have made the Dominican Republic their destination of choice purely due to the fact that the golf courses, are, in one word, spectacular. Let us know how we can help you arrange tee times.

 

Corales Golf Course

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

 

La Cana Golf Course

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

 

Cocotal Golf Course

Bavaro, Dominican Republic

 

Iberostate Golf Course

Bavaro, Dominican Republic

 

Punta Espada Golf Course

Cap Cana, Dominican Republic

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Plaza Turquesa

Boutique Shops, Markets, Dining Options And More. All nestled along Playa Turquesa at the entrance to Los Corales

 

El Cortecito Area

The old fishing village of El Cortecito is home to many arts & crafts shops, boutique shops, and more.

 

Palma Real Shopping Village

Located in Bavaro, the shopping village is an elegant mall with fine shops, dining, cinemas, supermarkets and more.

 

Punta Cana Village

Nestled between the entrances of Punta Cana and Cap Cana, near the PUJ Airport, Punta Cana Villages offers fine shopping, dining, schooling, and more.

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Shopping.

Let’s face it, everyone loves to shop – especially when they’re in a unique location. Punta Cana does not disappoint when it comes to shopping.

The moment you disembark PUJ, you’ll be greeted by no fewer than three shopping malls on your journey to Bavaro. There’s San Juan Plaza, Palma Real Shopping Village, Punta Cana Village, Blue Mall and surely more to come.

The Beaches.

With almost 800 miles of coastline in the Dominican that are predominately covered with beaches, “fun in the sun” can certainly be expected.

Punta Cana and Bavaro are situated on the Easternmost tip of the island, and white, sandy beaches wrap all along the Southern and Eastern shores. There’s a coral reef here, that acts as a natural breakwater. The water remains crystal clear and relatively tranquil. As you head towards Uvero Alto, the reef comes ashore – the sand here is golden brown and waves climb high – perfect for the adventurer within.

 

Bavaro Beach At Los Corales

Palm-Lined, Hotel-Free Stretch of Beach With Public Access

 

Cabeza de Toro Beach

Great Snorkeling With A Boat-Free Zone

 

Looking Towards Cabeza de Toro

The length of Cabeza de Toro with Dolphin Island in the foreground.

 

Macao Beach, Dominican Republic

Located north, just beyond the reef - Macao Beach offers bigger waves and a natural setting.

 

Uvero Alto Beach

The farthest north, with bronze sands and large waves.

 

Playa Blanca

A stunning white sandy beach with an natural "shelf".

 

Playa Arena Gorda

Slopes gently into shallow, usually calm water - a good beach for swimming and relaxing.

 

Juanillo Beach

Cleaned daily by Cap Cana resort staff, Playa Juanillo has a cafe/bar with an extensive menu, and kayak and small sailboats nearby for rental.

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