About Casa de Campo Marina
Among the most prestigious marinas in the Caribbean, Casa de Campo Marina is ideally situated where the Chavón River meets the Caribbean Sea, within the confines of the Casa de Campo Resort & Villas. The Marina Casa de Campo has a total of 370 slips, capable of receiving ships from 30 to 250 feet in length which positions it as a large capacity marina that combines a lifestyle of elegance, prestige, luxury, safety and warmth. The Marina also has slips for guest sailboats. Within the marina complex are villas, townhouses, and a wide variety of restaurants and shops.
For those who choose to fly to or from home, with the option of stationing their yacht and crew at the Marina, have the comfort of knowing that just 8 minutes from the complex gates lays the La Romana International Airport (LRM), which provides daily flight to and from Miami and a prestigious private aviation terminal.
Casa de Campo is home to Teeth of the Dog (ranked as one of the top 50 golf courses), Dye Fore The Links and Dye Fore Lakes and the court of the Romana Country Golf Club – all designed by the famous Pete Dye. The private beach Minitas welcomes boaters, as well as the impressive Altos de Chavón, a replica of a sixteenth century Mediterranean village that has a school of art and design affiliated to the International Parsons School of Design in New York called CHAVÓN.
The Casa de Campo Yacht Club, an elegant space designed for the delight of nautical enthusiasts and social gatherings. Recreational options also abound, including movie theaters, a Yacht Club, a Fishing Club, and a dive shop, among others.