Alto de Chavon - La Romana
Alto de Chavon in La Romana (Dominican Republic) is a replica of a Mediterranean village in the sixteenth century.
Description of Alto de Chavon
Alto de Chavon is a replica
of a village médivial Mediterranean. Its construction began in 1976,
Alto de Chavon was inaugurated in 1982. The village
was built in stone around the river Chavon. In the village
there are restaurants, shops, art galleries, a church, the archaeological
museum and a 5000-seat amphitheater which is organized concert and
other cultural events.
Alto de Chavon also has an art school.
Alto de Chavon worth a detour, the village takes you to another time in another place!
It has an undeniable charm, the place is well maintained and the view of the river Chavon and Casa de Campo is beautiful.
This restored medieval village is a mecca of tourism in La Romana.
Photos of the village médivial
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Alto de Chavon video
Location - Access Alto de Chavon
Alto de Chavon is located
in Casa De Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic
Price: $ 5.00 (on 01/2012). If you paid $ 25 to visit Casa De Campo, the entrance to Alto de Chavon is included.