11 restaurants with a wide variety of restaurants
300 metres of fine white sand beach
Punta Cana, a city located in the Dominican Republic, is considered to be the leading holiday destination in the Caribbean with good reason: holidaymakers love the white sand beaches, the clear blue sea and the quality service in this magnificent complex, located at the far east end of the island. The luxury complexes in Punta Cana offer comfort and easy access to the beach. With more than 160 kilometres of fine sand and gentle waves, it's hard to go wrong when choosing where to put your towel. However, travellers have rated Bávaro as the best beach in Punta Cana. It has the most exciting water activities, including diving, windsurfing, kayaking and sailing. The bar service next to the beach is excellent, offering, among other things, one of the favourite drinks of both visitors and islanders; local rum. It is particularly known for its smooth and creamy texture. There are various rum producers in the area, but the oldest company is Brugal. With good reason, as it has been distilling rum since 1888.
To enjoy an ultimate, worry-free holiday, you should choose the all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana. The packages provide you with everything you might need for a comfortable stay: large rooms, excellent cuisine and extras such as spa experiences and bar service. These hotels offer a rapid transfer from the nearby airport, so your arrival and departure are more comfortable. The best luxury hotels in Punta Cana offer a wide variety of excursions to interesting places. A popular choice is the boat trip to Isla Saona, a protected nature reserve, where guides show visitors the starfish and turtles. A trip through the Altos de Chavón transport guests to a colonial village, now converted into an art centre, with fantastic views of the Chavón River. History lovers can enjoy walking through the oldest city in the Americas. Santo Domingo. Just a short bus ride from the hotel area, the old town boasts the first cathedral in the New World, a reminder of the importance of Spain in American history. A visit to the Manatí Park will give you a glimpse of the Taina culture that Christopher Columbus found when he landed on the island in 1492. In addition, the reconstruction of an indigenous village includes traditional dance shows. The winding paths through the gardens of the theme park are surrounded by exotic orchids and other colourful native plants, a demonstration of the island's biodiversity. For animal lovers, there are shows with sea lions, parrots, dolphins and horses. Other day trips include exploring a cave, deep-sea fishing, diving and a ride on a zip-line through the forest canopy.
People attracted to the nightlife can head for Imagine Punta Cana, an incredible nightclub in a cave. The colourful lighting paints the rocky walls of this unique venue for music, dancing and cocktails. With so many possibilities for enjoying themselves, an all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana leaves guests worry-free, so they can enjoy their time having adventures or relaxing as much as they like during their memorable stay in the Dominican Republic.