Altos de Chavón 
Spanish atmosphere, great views
romantic restaurants, international art events

Located 9 miles from international airport La Romana, 7 miles from La Romana and 6 miles from Casa de Campo, Altos de Chavon is a village created by Roberto Coppa in the style of a sixteenth-century Spanish village.

Located on a hill, has built-up buildings with golden stone, and the view on Chavon river (where was shooted scenes of Apocalipse Now of Coppola and King Kong) is exceptional.

Altos de Chavon is famous because is an artists village. Here, artists of different nationality are accomodate for nothing per three months on condition to mount art exhibitions or shows.

Chavón river  
Worth seeing: San Stanislaus church, the Archeological Museum, with a collection of more than two thousand indios taino finds (discovered and cataloged by Samuel Pion, librarian); the Art Gallery, where are exhibited works of art of present artists; the Craft Center, with works of art made by the students of the art school, has born here and by now has international fame; the Amphitheater, set of international art events with several recitals of world-famous artists. Several stores and boutique, an excellent pastry shop and romantic restaurants.
San Stanislaus church
findings of the Taino Indians in the Archaeological Museum
Art Gallery
The School of Design
Photo Gallery of Altos de Chavón 
the amphitheater seat of concerts with internationally renowned artists
Sting and Luis Guerra in concert in Altos de Chavon (2006)