Golf and beach is the formula for sports in La Romana.

If you are a pro or an amateur, Casa de Campo, one of the most spectacular golf courses of the country, will give you plenty of opportunities to exercise the sport. Casa de Campo includes three 18 hole championship golf courses, one of which is part of a private country club. Pete Dye designed the inland "Links" course and the "Dientes de Perro", (Teeth of the Dog). Golfers can play enjoying a spectacular view of the coast as seven holes are along the shoreline.

If you don’t want to miss the sea, take advantage of all the non-motorized water sports.

Or if you want to take a break from the water and try some land sports, you can play basketball, Soccer, beach volleyball, archery and, yes, merengue dance at the hotels by the beach.

Now, if you’d rather be a viewer, baseball is the most popular sport in the country. There is a professional baseball league which runs from October to January. Additionally, Dominicana have contributed with great names, like Sammy Sosa, Albert Pujols and Manny Ramirez to the Major League Baseball in the US.