Casa de Campo – Your Home Away from Home
THE TOP FIVE REASONS TO OWN A PIECE OF PARADISE
What’s better than vacationing at Casa de Campo? Living here! There are countless benefits to being a villa owner, but these are the top five reasons to own a little piece of paradise.
1. YOU’RE ON VACATION 24/7
The best part of owning a piece of paradise is that you’re always on vacation! Villa owners experience all the benefits of Caribbean living from their own private retreats. Casa de Campo residents stay active thanks to the incredible variety of sports available at the resort, as well yoga classes and our state-of-the-art fitness center.
2. IT’S A SMART INVESTMENT
There are no restrictions regarding the foreign ownership of real estate in the Dominican Republic. You can purchase property with the same rights and obligations as a Dominican citizen. That’s why smart investors have been buying real estate at Casa de Campo for a number of years. Casa de Campo Villa Rental Program takes all the stress out of renting your villa when you’re not enjoying it yourself. They take care of finding tenants, collecting payment, property maintenance and all the other aspects of renting your villa. This program eliminates any worry or hassle, which means you’re free to simply relax and enjoy the time you spend here.
3. THE DINING OPTIONS ARE TO DIE FOR
At Casa de Campo, you can explore the world through food. Each of their seven signature restaurants specializes in a different cuisine, led by expert chefs. Try Spanish tapas one night and creative, fresh sushi the next. Craving comfort food? Head to La Piazzetta for handmade pasta dishes, or visit Lago Restaurant for traditional Dominican cuisine. After dinner, check out one of the resort’s many bars or lounges for a nightcap.
4. THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC HAS BEAUTIFUL WEATHER YEAR-ROUND
Casa de Campo really is a tropical paradise! In the summer, temperatures range from 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit, or 23-32 degrees Celsius. When temperatures are at their hottest mid-day, simply cool off by taking a dip in the pool or the ocean! In the winter, temperatures hover around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, or 19 degrees Celsius. Talk about a welcome escape from the winter blues!
5. YOU’RE PART OF A FANTASTIC COMMUNITY
When you live at Casa de Campo, you become part of the Owners Club, and the best community in the Caribbean. Not only will you make some incredible friends, but your kids will too! Casa de Campo offers programs for all ages.
Resort events like concerts, parties and sporting matches offer a chance to connect with other residents and make memories with friends.
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More about Casa de Campo
Mother Nature´s tropical best is artfully blended with stylish elements to welcome guests to the illustrious Casa de Campo on the Dominican Republic´s southeast coast. With a chic, distinctive flavor of classic elegance, the 7,000-acre Casa de Campo is a beacon for travel as home to Pete Dye’s legendary Teeth of the Dog golf course and more. Unique world-class facilities, refined service, and warm Dominican hospitality captivates people of all ages.
A tropical playground with world-class toys, Casa de Campo has unsurpassed amenities, a choice of accommodations, a variety of dining options, and an ease of accessibility by air or by sea that creates the perfect vacation spot or families, golfers, couples, friends traveling together, group meetings, incentives, and destination weddings. In addition to its phenomenal golf, Casa de Campo has many exciting sporting options, each featuring an expert staff and the most comprehensive facilities found in the Caribbean. Novices can try new sports, and experts can polish existing skills in tennis, sport shooting, and at its Equestrian Center. Visitors may stay in shape at the Fitness Center, simply relax at the private beach with a host of watersports, or rejuvenate at Cygalle Healing Spa or at the shopping boutiques. Families enjoy the many bonding activities scheduled, as well as the supervised programs for children and teens.
Considered by many to be the world´s most renowned golf course architect, Pete Dye, hand-in-hand with wife and LPGA Hall of Famer Alice Dye, created three of the most challenging courses in the game for Casa de Campo: Teeth of the Dog, The Links, and The Dye Fore.
Teeth Of The Dog: Ranked as the number-one course in the Caribbean and 43rd in the top 100 courses worldwide by Golf Magazine, Pete Dye´s classic Teeth of the Dog attracts the best professional and amateur golfers in the world. Tricky shots such as a devilish dogleg and signature Dye obstacles captivate the skilled golfer. Tradewinds and natural holes create additional challenges.
The Dye Fore: This is the latest gem created by Pete Dye. The numbers are staggering with 7,740 yards in length, seven cliffside holes dropping 300 feet to the Chavon River below, 40-mile-per-hour gusting winds, and breathtaking 360-degree views.
The Links: The Links is interior on the property with spectacular views of the Caribbean and the resort. Its moderately hilly track, with tall bahia and guinea grass roughs plus multiple sand traps, will satisfy the avid golfer. Thought by some to be reminiscent of traditional British and Scottish courses, this course features several lagoons and even lakes with wading birds. There are five holes where water comes into play on this course, making it a challenge unto itself.
Marina & Yacht Club
Where the Chavon River meets the Caribbean Sea, at the water´s edge of a 7,000-acre resort, is a chic new community and paradise found for sailors and speedboat enthusiasts.
Inspired by the old seaside villages of the Mediterranean, but equipped with all the most modern services to guarantee a comfortable, relaxing stay, Casa de Campo Marina extends over more than 90,000 square meters. Its colorful residential architecture includes 105 units comprising villas and townhouse-type apartments, many with a private pier. In the Calle Barlovento, besides the residential apartments, there are numerous shops to satisfy any need, while the Piazza Portofino, with its beautiful restaurants, pizzerias, ice cream shops, and cafés, is the center of the nightlife and the natural backdrop for shows, sports, and cultural events.
The Casa de Campo Marina is where resort guests shop, dine, and gaze at some of the finest vessels cruising the high seas; lovers of the sea reside; and cruising yachtsmen moor for maintenance. At the center of the Marina is The Yacht Club, a beautiful, stately facility that beckons yachtsmen off the seas. This private club is an architectural gem with striking lounges and a stunning bar.
The Marina also has its own mall: Coconut Mall, site of an international bank, a gourmet deli, rental cars, a furniture store, and The Caribbean Cinemas. For a change of pace, guests can catch first-run movies. And for groups meeting on site, the theaters with their wonderful high-back chairs are available for meetings during the day.
Altos de Chavon
Altos de Chavon is an architectural wonder, a replica of a 16th-Century Mediterranean village perched high above the Chavón River.
Dominican artisans handcrafted the stone pathways, decorative ironwork, furnishings, and enchanting buildings, reviving almost-forgotten crafts of metal work and stone carving. Each stone was hand-cut, each wooden door frame was handcrafted, and each wrought-iron detail hand-forged. Construction of the village began in 1976 and the village was inaugurated in 1982 with a concert by Frank Sinatra at the amphitheater.
Altos de Chavon was built as a center of culture for the Dominican people. Dominican residents, tourists and working artists, flock to this magically inspirational locale.
Stroll along cobblestone streets and enjoy the architectural grandeur of days gone by as you take in the detailed, amazing quality craftsmanship of yesteryear. Quaint shops, boutiques, art galleries, fine restaurants, and an archeological museum are just a same