Fun in Altos de Chavon

Altos de Chavon is known for its art school and its architecture (a reproduction of a 16th century village) set atop the banks of the Chavon River, in Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic. But, Altos de Chavon also boasts fabulous boutiques, restaurants, a regional archeological museum, a first class nightclub, a chapel, a 5,000 seat amphitheater, a market, and breath-taking views.

LIST OF SHOPS

Enjoy one of a kind fashions and jewelry for the fashionista in you. From Jenny Polanco's Caribbean chic shops to Bill Everett's jewelry, you will have a lot to choose from. If you are looking for something more crafty, we have the Ambar & Larimar Museum, and the La Tienda. These are shops worth checking out. Then have a Dominican lunch at La Cantina, or plan dinner at la Piazetta. If you happen to catch a concert at the amphitheater, don't miss it. The acoustics are perfect.

Cabinet Tobacco Boutique Cigars
El Mercadito – Mini-market
Everett Designs – Unique Jewelry
Jenny Polanco & Jenny Polanco Project – Caribbean chic fashion and arts & crafts
Museo del Ambar & Larimar – Museum & shop
Art Studios by Emilio Robba – Pottery, Tapestry & Silkscreen
Tienda El Batey –  Embroidered Linens
Liliana Cidalle – Souvenirs
La Tienda – Gift Shop
Casa Atlantico

RESTAURANTS

The evenings in Altos offer a range of restaurants and bars to choose from.

La Piazetta – Italian
La Cantina – Dominican
Onno's Bar – A little bit of everything
Fresh Fresh – Café and smoothies bar, breakfast, organic
Cafe Marietta – Pizzas and sandwiches
Good Vibe – Gourmet appetizers
Genesis Nightclub – Disco and bar

PLACES OF INTEREST:

Saint Stanislaus Church
Regional Archeology Museum
The Art Gallery
Amphitheater
Weaving Workshop
Ceramics Workshop
Dye Fore Terrace

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