Altos de Chavón is an area like no other– a reproduction 16th century Mediterranean village in the heart of the Dominican countryside. Meticulously designed by Dominican architect, Jose Antonio Caro, as well as Italian master designer as well as cinematographer, Roberto Coppa, every detail of Altos de Chavón was handcraft
Various other websites include a historical gallery, providing a glance right into the fascinating record of the area, the St. Stanislaus Church, 5,000-seat amphitheater, and sweeping views of the Chavón Stream as well as the Caribbean Sea.ed by regional artisans.
The village is a cultural facility for locals, tourists, as well as working artists from all over the globe. Active workshops for musicians of every medium from pottery to weaving, silk testing, and everything between line the cobblestone roads alongside stores and also boutiques showcasing their one-of-a-kind creations.
As for the coast it is only a short drive or bus ride to the villas of Casa De Campo where can find beach resort rentals, great music of a more island sound, surfing, water sports, and golf.
One area of interest for many who love to boat and fish is the world famous Casa de Marina. The Casa de Campo Marina is the jewel of the Caribbean. The ideal location for retirement or to spend most of your free time.
The Fine art Gallery showcases jobs from kept in mind Dominican artists, as well as artists from around the globe which aids to foster a dialogue of imagination and also social exchange. Altos de Chavón is also the home of the popular Altos de Chavón College of Layout, which is associated with the Parsons Institution of Style in New York.