Actually in La Romana there aren't tourist attractions. You can visit it if you want to live the armosphere of a typical Dominican town. Go to visit the Parque Duarte, the heart of the city. It's a nice park where you can sit down under the trees for a moment's rest (until someone don't get near you trying to sell something).
Fondest memory: Well, yes. For the third time I've been in the Dominican Republic...I yeld before the facts...I fall in love with these places!
Search AND find the most beautiful seashells !
the beaches at the south coast are much more beautiful than the beaches at the north coast. This picture is taken during a beachwalk from our hotel Casa del Mar to the village of Bayahibe.
Favorite thing: When I think of La Romana, I think of lots of sugar cane fields, many baseball fields, famous baseball players, and Casa de Campo! This Casa de Campo resort is the best in La Romana. It has a large golf course (for those who like golf) but there's something for everybody in there. There are beaches, nice accomodations and plenty of activities to do too.
Favorite thing: There's many resorts in La Romana that kind of look something like this, be sure to check a list of them, so that YOU choose the right one for you (pricewise, activity wise, etc).