What a deal on a large front row condo just east of Cabarete with all the amenities Stone floors and wall accents and talk about an amazing stone shower! Really beautiful, well built, great beach and perhaps one of the nicest pools around this place is meant to be enjoyed.
Big nicely planted and mature yard surrounds this very private villa just seconds to the beach. Nestled in a quiet area just on the edge of town, this Spanish Colonial design is for those who like room, open space living, and the freedom to kick back and relax. Come spend your retirement here and enjoy your own tropical paradise.
Very nicely decorated two level studio apartment located in Sosua. Groundfloor has open feeling with inviting terrace for outdoor caribbean living. Bedroom is situated on the second floor. The pool area is well maintained and is surrounded by beautifull tropical gardens. Only 5 minutes drive from the beach and center of Sosua town. Shopping, restaurants, bars and great international schools are very closeby.Cabarete town is 10 minutes away and the airport 15 minutes, great location! For more information on this amazing opportunity don’t hesitate in contacting us.
Talk about drop dead fabulous, this is like “Fantasy Island” all over again. Huge, delicious condo with everything. From the moment you enter the beautiful lobby you think you’re in a villa, then the winding entrance to the main apartment which opens into sprawling light, comfort areas, gigantic windows to the ocean, and a feeling that you’re arrived at the place you’ve always dreamed of. This my friend is paradise. Visit our main website at Remax Dominican Republic from more properties for sale.
Set back from the highway #5 Puerto Plata-Cabarete into a slight slope with views to the ocean and the mountains of Puerto Plata, this oceanview villa provides a very tranquil living not far from either sunny beach town Sosua to the east and Puerto Plata to the west. Puerto Plata airport is just minutes away.
Scuba Divers Explore Magical Sea Life Surrounding the DR
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, March 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Discover the endless underwater world of the Dominican Republic (DR), a diver’s paradise with nearly 1,000 miles of breathtaking coastline that features colorful marine life and intriguing shipwrecks from when pirates sailed the Caribbean. Located roughly 800 miles south of Miami, the DR boasts numerous sea grass beds, vibrant coral reefs, mysterious underwater caves and some of the region’s most unique sea creatures. Simply put, divers should expect the unexpected.
“We are a top-notch diving destination amid turquoise waters so clear and blue one has to see to believe. The DR offers diverse marine life, excellent certified diving schools and accessible dive sites along our amazing coasts,” said Magaly Toribio, DR Ministry of Tourism Vice Minister of International Promotion. “The DR has it all with developed tourist areas boasting world-class hotels and more off-the-beaten-path options for adventurous, independent divers.”
With the Atlantic Ocean on the north and the Caribbean Sea on the south, the following underwater treasures await you in the DR:
Sheer Exhilaration in the South
The DR’s Southcentral Coast is home to illuminating coral, technicolor fish, an underwater national park, mysterious caverns and is well-suited for both beginner and experienced divers.
East of capital city Santo Domingo near Boca Chica, La Caleta Underwater National Park delights beginners and experienced divers alike at 600 square miles and 600 feet deep. With fascinating reef and wreck diving, La Caleta is known for attracting multicolor fish and the park will soon introduce the first underwater museum of submerged Dominican themed sculptures.
Nearby, divers can explore the 69 foot wreck of tugboat El Limon embedded with coral reefs and 144 foot wreck of Hickory, surrounded by hundreds of yellow tube sponge clusters that swim among this treasure salvage vessel.
Also hidden in the DR’s southern waters is El Catuan, a sunken ship buried 60 feet underwater, and Barracuda Reef, a natural underwater mountain thriving with barracudas. Here you will discover mysterious underwater caves like Cueva Taina, El Hipodromo and El Tildo.
More adventurous divers can explore the DR’s extreme southern coastal area near Barahona-Pedernales. This less-traveled coast features warmer waters and well-protected dives due to the reef structures and coastal curve.
Adventure along the Southeast Coast
With a wealth of marine life, the DR’s Southeast Coast has one of the Caribbean’s largest sunken ships, the 266 foot long St. George, where you may come face to face with grouper, barracudas, dolphins, morays, and mackerel, to name a few.
Southwest of La Romana, the idyllic Catalina Island offers 15 to 140 feet deep dives in reefs like La Pared (The Wall), or caves like Hoyo Azul (Blue Hole) and Padre Nuestro Cave (Our Father’s Cave). Catalina Island is also home to the aquarium, a large coral formation inhabited by toad fish, sea horses and the lion fish. Just off Catalina Island is a spectacular wall dive of a coral slope running 130 feet deep to a sandy bottom, with an abundance of fish, corals and sponges along the way.
Adrenaline Rush on the North Coast
Offering 225 miles of amazing coastline from the Samana Peninsula to Montecristi, the North Coast is filled with colorful coral, rich marine fauna, unrivaled caves, tunnels and reef abysses.
Waters surrounding Samana are known for more challenging dives, especially around Las Galeras. A quick boat ride away, divers can journey 120 feet down and swim around the coral tower Cabo Cabron and other coral landscapes like Las Tres Puertas (The Three Doors) and La Piedra (The Stone).
For exploration on land, be sure to visit the Deep Blue Marine’s Shipwreck Museum in Samana with cool exhibits of artifacts recovered from ancient shipwrecks. Exhibitions have included artifacts from Le Scipion, a French warship that fought in the American War of Independence, as well as several other major historical wrecks.
Hidden in the protected waters of Sosua Bay, northwest of Samana, are underwater gardens, wall and reef diving, and shipwrecks, all swimming with an array of marine life. Divers can travel west of Sosua to Montecristi and observe a variety of coral reefs, such as Cayo Arena, as well as the remains of nearly 230 shipwrecks, including one from the Spanish fleet that sunk in 1563.
For more information and scuba diving brochures, visit www.GoDominicanRepublic.com.
Young + Fresh + lots of Light! Come and see this nicely furnished apartment in Cabarete. It is located on the 3rd floor. It’s a corner unit so you have additional windows on the long side of this pretty home. Excellent 180 degree ocean view and an expansive balcony facing beachfront lets you wake up with the soothing sound of the surf..Visit Cabarete real estate
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If you want a Stunning Ocean View from a truly impressive, fully furnished beachfront condo, this is it. For the discerning taste this residence is safe, quiet, convenient, and ultra-nice. In Sosua but out of the noise, this one is convenient with class. For more property options, visit our main website at Remax Dominican Republic real estate.
Perfect 2 bedroom beachfront penthouse in the center of Cabarete, close to all wateractivities and charming shops and restaurants. The condo complex is managed like a hotel with daily maid and laundry service. Extremely well managed rental pool with positive cashflow which makes of this property not only a perfect vacation spot but equally a great investment in the Dominican Republic.
Beat this on price! $US105,000 !!! Short Term Price Only—this baby will sell. The last one I listed was 135k AND IT SOLD quickly.
For in town Cabarete accommodation you can’t beat this price and talk about rental!!!!
This one has awesome potential. Property purchase is straight forward and involves a purchase contract, obtaining a cerificate of clear title and title transfer. For information on the work flow, please visit our real estate law in the Dominican Republic page to see what’s involved.