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Friday, October 30th, 2015

Cap Cana, the most exclusive area in the Caribbean

Cap Cana beaches, Dominican RepublicThe year 2001 marked the start of Cap Cana’s story, without any doubt, the most exclusive resort in the Caribbean. Located in the far east of the Dominican Republic, Cap Cana sits flanked by three miles of sandy-white beaches, just 10 minutes away from Punta Cana’s international airport, which links the Dominican Republic to 55 other international locations.

Cap Cana was designed as an emblem of refinement and exclusivity and thus brings together brings together all essential attractions. A marina built down by the premises with full respect for the environment, with a capacity for up to one thousand boats and which benefits from a privileged location, close to the Canal de la Mona (the canal that separates the Dominican Republic from Puerto Rico), considered as one of the five best places in the world for practising recreational fishing. As a result it is an annual celebration for important international tournaments in this sector.

Golf lovers have lots of reasons to be happy as the three courses located in Cap Cana, like the Punta Espada Golf Club, are stamped by the legendary Jack Nicklaus. The playing privileges that one has with the possession of the Punta Espada card, allows you to enjoy extraordinary views of the sea whilst practising your putt.

Cap Cana also harbours first-class educational institutions that offer bilingual education from infants up to university (Cap Cana Heritage School and Cap Cana UNIBE University), as well as Eden Roc, the first five star Relais & Chateaux hotel to be opened in the Dominican Republic. Punta Espada Golf Club, Cap CanaThis impressive offer is complete with gourmet restaurants, spa and fitness centres, and an equestrian centre (Los Establos) for practising horse riding.

With this impeccable setting, it’s no wonder that Cap Cana harbours properties that stand out for their high luxury and elegance, as well as plots and terrains on which proprietors can build their homes to size and enjoy the panoramic views of the tranquil waters that connect the Caribbean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.

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