La Romana is positioned along the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic. Santo Domingo and Punta Cana are about a two-hour drive in either direction. The island’s third largest metropolitan area is the epitome of contrasts. The central city bustles with traffic and activity. There are very few tourist attractions there except for around Duarte Central Park. The other extreme starts at this entrance gate to Casa de Campo. Within 7,000 acres are the most exclusive resort, marina and villas on the island. La Romana is also famous for incredible beaches and golf courses juxtaposed with sugarcane fields.