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Altos de Chavon, is an architectural wonder, a 16th century replica of a Mediterranean village perched high above the Chavón River. The village was designed by Dominican architect Jose Antonio Caro, and created by Italian master designer and...more
All reviews mediterranean village re creation century village art galleries cobblestone streets lisa marie presley dominican republic italian restaurant breathtaking views walk around great place to visit golf cart cruise ship take pictures an excursion punta cana amphitheater
We explored the Casa de Campo and altos de Chavon site. Entry to these two sites costs US $ 25, must come with a passport or ID. The first - a residential area for the rich population both locally and internationally and 5 golf courses...More
A replica of a 16th century Italian town, in 21st century Dominica.
It is beautiful to walk around in the cobbled streets and you get a great view over the river and the golf course. Some good restaurants, a souvenir shop and art gallery and...More
Altos de Chavon have everything for you, casual and fine dining, museum, historic atracción, scene view, live music, Bars, Cabaret. All is centrally located in a small town, easy to walk around.
Prices of Beverages and food are expensive.
We took a taxi from resort we stayed at La Romana. I emailed casa de campo to make a reservation, but was told it's no longer needed but was told to bring ID.
When we arrived they made copies of our passports and we paid...More
If you like it quiet for photography then visit before 10.00 when it’s cooler. Great watching the local sellers setting up and chatting to each other. All inclusive restaurant here not open for drinks so take your own or be prepared to pay for it!
This is the strangest experience we had during our vacation we drove the golf cart to altos to chagrin it was basically deserted I’m sure we went in the off-season but there is no signage and we didn’t really know where anything was we did...More
Response from WarrenDBoyle | Reviewed this property |
This is a wonderful place to visit. It’s atop a hill and has restaurants, interesting stores and part of the School of Art. Great views for photographer. Wear comfortable shoes - cobble stones.
Kids no so much to do!