About La Altagracia - Named after the painting Our Lady of La Altagracia was brought to the area in the early 16th century by Spaniards. La Altagracia is the leading province in the Dominican Republic in terms of tourism and is the second largest after San Juan. Its location on the eastern edge of the country, with the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south, creates the idyllic tropical climate filled with miles of sandy beaches, a lush inland region with rainforests, historic towns, and national parks. If you want to spend your summer here, nothing beats booking accommodations with Owner Direct Vacation Rentals! The condo rentals you’ll find here offer everything you can dream of!
Where to Stay & Why - Who wouldn’t love an open floor plan for the dining room, kitchen, and living room? You can continue chatting or watch your favorite movie while making meals or snacks, or maybe keep an eye on the kids with ease. Aside from comfortable beds and spacious bathrooms, you’ll get to enjoy the fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, WiFi, TV with cable, air-conditioning, safety box, ceiling fans, and more. Step outside and find a lovely terrace with a lounge area where you can have drinks and meals while enjoying the view. The vacation rentals in a complex feature 24/7 security, spa, gym, swimming pool, hot tub, free beach access and lounge chairs.
What to See & Do - Aside from staying in villa rentals close to shopping, restaurants, and bars, there are many interesting places to visit at La Altagracia. For ultimate views of the jungle, try the ziplines at Scape Park in Cap Cana, or visit the Manati Park Bavaro or the Horseplay Punta Cana Stables. In Bayahibe, visit the National Park of the East which is home to several exotic animals and plants. Take a boat to Isla Saona and Isla Catalina, both are nature reserves. If you want to soak up some sun, there’s Macao Beach, Cortecito Beach, and Los Corales Beach.
Where to Eat & Drink - Wacamole offers Mexican food right on the beach. Don’t forget to try their tuna tacos, guacamole, and unwind with their margaritas and mojitos. La Yola delivers with excellent service, magnificent views of the sea, and delicious European cuisine. For nights out, Coco Bongo has live stage shows with music, dancers, and gymnasts. ORO Nightclub is filled with hip crowds and DJs.
How to Get Here & Getting Around - The nearest airport is the Punta Cana Airport and the Las Americas International Airport, and some owners will even help you arrange transportation to and from the airport. Depending on where you go, you can get around via golf carts, shuttles, taxis from the lodgings, or rent a car.
When to Go - The best time to visit is from March to May if you want to avoid the crowds but still enjoy the great weather.What are you waiting for? Check out the accommodations below and find the perfect lodging for your beach getaway or summer vacation!