Casa de Campo is a real estate development project owned by Central Romana Corporation, LTD. Developed, administered and planned by Costasur, Casa de Campo is the most complete and exclusive tourism destination and residential project in the Caribbean.
Carved out of the lush sugar cane fields on the southern coast of the Dominican Republic, the Casa de Campo estate was carefully chosen for its climate, terrain and oceanfront properties by the developer, Paramount Pictures’ parent, Gulf+Western. In 1971, Casa de Campo introduced a new level of Caribbean luxury resort centered around a rich sporting life found nowhere else, and luminaries from Hollywood, South America and Europe responded with great enthusiasm. After being sold to the Central Romana Corporation in the 1980’s, Casa de Campo underwent a new phase of development, which featured the addition of a cruise port, airport facilities and ongoing renovations. Now entering its 53rd year, Casa de Campo has grown from the renowned Teeth of the Dog golf course to include 7,000 acres of luxury homes, superior sporting facilities, the Caribbean’s largest marina and world-class restaurants. Generations of owners have made Casa de Campo a key part of their family’s ongoing tradition.
Comprised of 7,000 acres, Casa de Campo has come to be regarded all over the world as the most perfectly planned luxury community of its kind in the Caribbean. Its tennis (nicknamed the “Wimbledon of the Caribbean”), golf (named the “World’s Leading Golf Resort” 8 years in a row), polo, shooting, marina (the largest in the Caribbean) and beaches (always on the best of lists) are all extraordinary. But Costasur didn’t stop there. Casa de Campo is home to the cultural village, Altos de Chavón, a hotel and the best restaurants in the Caribbean. It is also gated and supported by its own dedicated security force, fire department and utilities operations.
Moreover, the project can account for providing employment to more than 10,000 people from La Romana, making Casa de Campo a significant contributor to economic development in the city.
Casa de Campo Real Estate is the exclusive listing agency for all sales and rentals in Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic. With nearly 20 full-time sales associates and support staff, Casa de Campo’s highly qualified real estate professionals can address all real estate needs and help find that perfect dream home in paradise.
Explore over 300 listings for sale and 160 rentals by visiting the Casa de Campo Real Estate Page or contacting Casa de Campo Real Estate through the contact information below.
Contact: Casa de Campo Real Estate
Offices: Plaza Portofino at the marina and in the main lobby of the hotel
Hours: Monday-Saturday–9:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Phone: (809) 523-2273
There’s no feeling quite like slipping between the cool sheets of a crisp, freshly made bed. A good night’s sleep can do wonders to the mind, body and soul. And Casa de Campo Resort and Villas’ contemporary comforts and luxurious conveniences will have guests waking up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
More than just a place to sleep, Casa de Campo’s generously appointed hotel rooms offer a comfortable and spacious escape after a day spent enjoying the myriad of activities this resort has to offer. Guests even receive their own personal golf cart to make exploring the expansive property as convenient as possible.
From the comfortable and stylish Garden and Classic Villas to the ultra luxurious and impeccably designed Oceanfront and Exclusive Villas, guests will always find their home away from home at Casa de Campo.
Moreover, the resort’s tropical playground features a unique array of amenities, including an expansive marina, tennis and polo facilities, a world-class shooting center, three championship golf courses—including Pete Dye’s masterpiece, Teeth of the Dog, the #1 ranked course in the Caribbean and number 39 in the world—and so much more. Casa de Campo is also home to a variety of gourmet dining options, fantastic bars and the one-of-a-kind 16th century replica Mediterranean village, Altos de Chavón.
The ideal place for family getaways, groups and conferences, not to mention destination weddings, Casa de Campo is a full service resort that is more a state of mind and way of life than just a mark on the map.
Where the Chavón River meets the Caribbean Sea, at the edge of Casa de Campo Resort, the most complete and luxurious resort of the Caribbean, lies Marina Casa de Campo, a very chic yachting community.
This marina 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.
Located on the 18th latitude 23’N and longitude 68° 54’W, Marina Casa de Campo sits as one of the most complete marinas in the Caribbean.
Additionally, 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 lies the La Romana International Airport, which provides a prestigious private aviation terminal as well as daily flights to and from Miami.
Altos de Chavón is a place like no other—a replica 16th century Mediterranean village in the heart of the Dominican countryside. Meticulously designed by Dominican architect Jose Antonio Caro, and Italian master designer and cinematographer Roberto Coppa, every detail of Altos de Chavón was handcrafted by local artisans.
The village is a cultural center for residents, tourists and working artists from all over the world. Active studios for artists of every medium, including pottery, weaving and silk screening, line the cobblestone streets alongside shops and boutiques showcasing their unique creations. The art gallery features works from noted Dominican artists as well as artists from around the world, which helps to foster a dialogue of creativity and cultural exchange. Altos de Chavón is also home to the renowned Altos de Chavón School of Design, which is affiliated with the Parsons School of Design in New York.
Other sights within the village include an archaeological museum, offering a glimpse into the fascinating history of the area, St. Stanislaus Church, a 5,000-seat amphitheater, and sweeping views of the Chavón River and the Caribbean Sea.