Contemporary, minimalist, and luminous, this 3 bedroom villa is perched in a very exclusive spot with unbeatable ocean views and outlooks of the Cap Cana...
Where is it?
A 5 minutes to Palma Real Village Mall, which boasts cinemas, the Hard Rock Cafe, Tony Roma's, and a host of other stores, casinos and nightclubs. Water activities include parasailing, snorkeling, scuba diving,
kite flying, fishing, and boating.
Bibijagua is a quiet beach community.
*There are 2 local restaurants you can take out or eat in
for about $2.00. Delicious food.
* Jellyfish restaurant. 3 minutes by car. It is on the main road by the
second quebra mola after Texaco gas station. The entrance is on a dirt road that looks you are going to a farm, but keep on going you will see it. You can also go there during the day time walking on the beach which is 1 minute walk by taken the right when entering the arts and craft beach shopping. The security and parking at the beach is from 6 am to 11 pm. Free.
* Playa Blanca: Going back to the airport and right before terminal signs you will see sign to it. Same direction and Club Mad, and others. They have a restaurant and bar, you can spend all day.
* Saona Island: Beautifulllll!!!! 1:15 hours to driving direction of La Romana. Google it.
* There you can take a catamaran for $50 food and drink as much you like. One day of fun. Worth it!
* Driving past PalmaReal shopping you will get to downtown on the main road you will see more restaurants and more people.
* By Texaco gas you have an Italian restaurant so good and not expensive. Great pizza, etc. Venezia restaurant. They also have mini market on the back of the building.
* On my counter in the apartment, there are a lot of brochures for suggestions.
* At the beach you can also walk all the way to the end by taken the right in which you are
walking in front of Barcelo resort. The beach is free!!! anywhere! Gringos are scared of the dominicans that is why so many security guards. Just like brazil is getting, right? Just be smart no matter!!
*Drinking water: If my water container is low you can bring it to refill at Pola supermarket to $1.50.