When you live in the Dominican Republic, you can enjoy great weather and world-class beaches, not to mention a low cost of living and a stable government, all within a short travel time to the U.S.
If you decide to live in the Dominican Republic, there are various areas of the country to choose from to suit all tastes. The north coast of the Dominican Republic has some of the finest beaches in the Caribbean, the east coast is a sportsman’s paradise with some of the newest designer golf courses in the Caribbean, tennis courts, and shooting enthusiasts can take advantage of fields for skeet, clay, and trap shooting designed by world-renowned marksman Michael Rose. Other facilities include an equestrian center, three polo fields, archery areas, a fitness center, and a full-service marina.
The country has so many advantages for second-home buyers that many people wonder why property bargains still abound.
The country’s capital, Santo Domingo attracts with its Old World charm, low cost of living, and an urban lifestyle that includes some top cultural venues. The oldest cathedral (Cathedral Basilica Santa Maria la Menor) and the first paved street in the New World (Calle de Las Damas) are found in Santo Domingo, as well as the oldest monastery, ruins of the first hospital, the oldest surviving European fortress, and one of the first two-story European-style residences. Recognizing Santo Domingo’s importance, UNESCO has declared the Colonial City a World Heritage Site.
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