If you’re thinking of moving to the Dominican Republic, there are many factors to consider: what kind of real estate are you looking for? What kind of area are you looking for? Are you looking for a remote enclave or a development? For luxury home buyers, it’s a different proposition: perhaps you want privacy and exclusivity, but also a certain sense of community. The Dominican Republic is full of beautiful, luxurious places to live — and these are the best. Here are the top luxury neighborhoods in the Dominican Republic.
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.
Punta Cana is part of the newly created Punta Cana-Bávaro-Veron-Macao municipal district in La Altagracia, the easternmost province of the Dominican Republic. The area is best known for its beaches, which face both the Caribbean and Atlantic, and it has been a popular tourist destination since the 1970s. The Punta Cana area has an estimated population of 100,000 with a growth rate of six percent per year. European companies, particularly Spanish hotel chains, own all but two of the more than 50 megaresorts in the area.
Amber Coast & Emerald Coast
The Amber Coast, named for the rich deposits of lustrous semiprecious amber found throughout the region, runs along the northern Atlantic coast from Cofresi to Nagua and boasts an assortment of seaside towns and resorts. Among this Coast’s top destinations are Puerto Plata, Cabarete, Sea-Horse Ranch, Playa Grande, and Cabrera.
Like any part of Dominican Republic, the Amber & Emerald Coast abounds with all the ecological richness that Mother Earth can provide. The region is blessed with stunning beaches and is considered a prime beach destination for tourists wanting to experience the perfect summer holiday.
Santo Domingo – The Soul of the Caribbean
Santo Domingo is the capital and largest city in the Dominican Republic, located on the Caribbean Sea southern shores of the country. The first city of the “New World” offers a vibrant lifestyle—sports feature prominently, as do beaches, fine dining, distinguished nightlife, and café society.
Santo Domingo, or Santo Domingo de Guzmán, is the capital and largest city in the Dominican Republic, located on the southern shores of the country, along the Caribbean Sea. Founded by Bartholomew Columbus in 1496, it is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the Americas and was the first seat of Spanish colonial rule in the New World.
On the Dominican Republic’s Samaná Peninsula, the green mountains teem with coconut trees and dramatic vistas of the ocean. The area is full of hidden beaches reachable only on foot or by sea, protected coves, and undeveloped bays. A visit to Samaná is really about two things: exploring its preserved natural wonders and relaxing on the beach. There are a number of all-inclusive resorts where you can hang your hat, quaint and low-key beachfront hotels, as well as new world-class properties, where you can find complete relaxation and tranquillity.
Samaná is a natural treasure. Wild, verdant, with coves, bays, waterfalls, mountains and awe-inspiring views – there is lots to explore. It is known for its wading and body-boarding beaches, nature trekking and whale-watching.
Palmar de Ocoa
OCOABAY was born in the Bahía de Ocoa, the heart of a community pampered by the traveling sea breezes. Along with the nature of the zone coexists in harmony the vineyard, creating a mind, body and soul connection. The vibrant bougainvilleas that loyally mimic the sunsets in each flower, crown the landscape and organically delimit the community.OCOABAY is a refuge for a variety of endemic plants, such as the majestic guayacán, the bayahonda, the baitoa, the almácigo, thelantano, the ,cargaagua,, the paloamargo, the palo de chivo, among others. These native species are an authentic parade of color picks and its heights pick up momentum to create unique spaces in a tropical dry forest climate.