Lovely one bedroom apartment fully furnished and tastefully decorated, ready to move in or rent out… open plan living area, amazing pool view from the balcony. On premises you will find a nice restaurant next to the extra large and special designed swimming pool, next to the reception is a breakfast bar, hair salon etc. and a communal Gym. A great place to live, relax and enjoy, only a few minutes drive to the center town and beach…
Two story villa divided in 3 apartments but can also be a large 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms Villa… The top floor is a very spacious and newly remodeled penthouse apartment overlooking a nice exotic garden, one bedroom with king size bed, cozy living area, dining room and fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower and bathtub, separate wash room, large dressing room and terrace with ocean view… The first floor also newly remodeled with one bedroom with king size bed, large dressing room, small living room with sofa, open kitchen, bathroom with a large shower and garden terrace… also on the first floor is a 2 bedroom with closets, one bathroom and kitchenette apartment… there is a large space for storage on a separate area… The location is perfect, direct access to the beach, walking distance to the center town of Cabarete, quiet and safe area, 50 meters to the supermarket, also great potential to expend with one more level and a roof terrace….. good rental potential…
Beautiful two story house with attached apartment, on the top floor you will find two large master bedrooms with ensuite, large sliding doors opening to private balconies. On the first floor is a large open plan living and dining area, complete kitchen with beautiful mahogany cabinets and granite counter tops, large bedroom with ensuite, large balcony to the beautiful coralina stone pool terrace. Special designed swimming pool with stone waterfall and Jacuzzi, pool/bar for entertaining. Double car garage with large open terrace above. Separate one bedroom/one bath apartment with separate entrance for easy rental… The property is all fenced in with iron electric entrance gate.
The Kardashians love their vacations and tourism companies love the Kardashians. Now you too can keep up with the Kardashians on your own Kardashian vacation.The Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism announced their “Vacation like a Kardashian” contest which gives people a chance to win a trip to the luxurious Casa de Campo in La Romana on the Southeast Coast of the Dominican Republic.
On the reality show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” the clan takes a trip to the Dominican Republic in two episodes of the show. Inspired by the show, the Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism is running a contest for a vacation to Case de Campo Resort that mirrors the scenes and locations that were featured in the episode. The lucky winners will be able to enjoy a trip just like Kardashians had. Vacation Like a Kardashian: Win a Trip to the Dominican Republic – Mainpage :: News :: Travel Today News.
Keep a watch out for a fantastic new episode of House Hunters International this Friday night featuring our very own Randi Carrier and property listings from the Cabarete area http://www.hgtv.com/house-hunters-international/canadians-move-to-cabarete/index.html
Beachfront – Ocean View – Security Those three main features make this property a very desirable real property. No matter if you are looking for an investment or a place to permanently move to this is certainly one of the homes you want to put onto your priority list. It is located on the second floor and overlooks not only the expansive pool but also opens its balcony doors to the breath taking view onto the Ocean. There are not to many Ocean front apartments with luxury standard in Sosua but this one tops them all – it is actually located right on the beach. Visit our main website for information about the Dominican Republic, great deals on Dominican Republic car rental as well as other information.
More foreign tourists fly in to the Dominican Republic than any other island in the Caribbean, though the Bahamas receive just about as many tourists on cruise ships. Over the past decade, the country had a building boom, much of it fueled by foreign buyers. Because most of them still pay in cash, the economic crisis has not generated a significant number of foreclosures. Even so, it did push prices down by about 20 to 25 percent, Mr. Houisse said.
The amount of new development, too, has fallen, by 70 to 80 percent, as a result of skittishness about global financial troubles, said Sandy Parekh, broker-owner of Remax Coral Bay Realty. “A lot of people that were going to develop projects have all put them on hold,” he said, “and there’s still very few projects that are starting at the moment.”
Prices, however, have now stabilized, and the market for the few available new homes is strong, said Philip Weiser, managing director of the real estate agency Carlton International. “The market for resale properties still has to recover,” he said. “There are many middle-range products remaining on the market, but quality properties sell very well.” Read the full article on the NY Times.
There is no denying that one of the major draws of a vacation in the Dominican Republic is the beaches. The thought of spending your days relaxing with your feet in the sand with the sun warming your body interspersed with trips down to the shoreline to frolic in the surf, swim, and snorkel is certainly a tempting image. A trip to the North Coast, which features miles upon miles of gorgeous and diverse beaches, allows vacationers to fulfill this fantasy without having to compromise on their chosen accommodations during their trip.
The small beach village of Cabarete is a unique environment, not only because it is quaint and quiet while remaining hip and desirable amongst a younger crowd of travelers, but also because of the lay of the land. The village is shaped in a semi-circle that surrounds the beaches which are laden with sun-kissed, golden sand. Just behind the village is a shockingly blue lagoon. The steady winds make the surf perfect for a number of watersports, but most especially windsurfing.
Though considered by many local islanders to be home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Dominican Republic, Cabrera is often overlooked in favor of some resort towns located nearby. This bodes well for vacationers who are interested in enjoying their beach days without having to fight the crowds. The beaches in Cabrera range from calm and shallow for quite a distance into the water, with soft sand on flat grounds, to small, shady coves sandwiched between striking cliffs. Most of the beaches are safe for swimming, and snorkeling and diving can be done at Cabrera area beaches as well.
Puerto Plata is the largest town along the north coast, which lends itself to being one of the largest tourist draws – and this extends to the areas beachfront. The beaches in Puerto Plata are clean and feature white sands dotted with coconut palms and clear waters. An off-shore reef formation makes this area a great choice for snorkeling, but other watersports are popular as well. Despite their popularity, the beaches are relatively uncrowded compared to other top beaches in the Caribbean, especially if you head to Guarapito, which is one of the most quiet and peaceful beaches in the country.
The Bavaro Punta Cana region curves around the north coast and into the eastern region of the Dominican Republic and remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The beaches are white sand and lined with coconut palms, and feature relatively calm waters. Though these beaches are often crowded by vacationers, the real draw to the area is all the attractions and sites that the resort town has to offer, from bars and nightclubs to shopping centers which are all located along the beaches.
Samana/Las Terrenas/Las Galeras
The Samana region of the Dominican Republic, which is home to the small towns of Las Terrenas and Las Galeras is a great location for vacationers looking to escape the crowds. Despite the snowy white sands, crystal clear waters, and gorgeous mountainous vistas, few tourists know about the area. For this reason, visitors who do visit these beaches should be aware that the undertow can be dangerous, and lifeguards are rarely on duty. The best way to experience the waters in this area is by participating in a whale watching tour. Between the months of December and March, whales can often be spotted mating and calving. Scuba diving is another popular past time in this region, for divers who are experienced in the sport.
Sosua is a charming fishing village that has begun to see quite a bit of development in recent years. The beaches in this area are quite diverse. Though all are beautiful, with their ubiquitous white sand beaches and clear waters, each is known for different pastimes. Playa Sousa is popular amongst tourist for its calm swimming waters and beachside vendors, Playa Chiquita is quiet and perfect for a day at the beach when you don’t want to fight the crowds, and Playa Encuentro’s more aggressive surf makes it ideal for surfing, kite boarding, and windsurfing.
The Dominican Republic has signed a $54.7 million agreement with the European Union for a programme of bilateral cooperation with Haiti aimed at promoting cross-border trade.
The agreement was signed by Ambassador Irene Horejs and Domingo Jimenez, National Coordinator for European Development Funds.
According to Jimenez, approximately $30.26 million will involve infrastructure support in the Dominican Republic’s northern corridor.
The programme aims to support overall bilateral cooperation between the Dominican Republic and Haiti, particularly in the border area near the north of the island.
The agreement also includes the construction of the Quanaminthe market in Juana Mendez, the protection of the Massacre river’s banks and the implementation of customs and sanitary regulations.
It also seeks to organize trade between Haiti and Dominican Republic at the international transit area. The programme will last for six years, with four for implementation and two for closing.