Experience Punta Cana in all its splendor with its incredible beaches, hotels and numerous activities specially designed to make your vacation a tropical dream that everyone would like to live.
The Punta Cana area is bordered to the north by the village and beach of Cabeza de Toro and the beaches of Bávaro and El Cortecito. The nearest town is Veron, approx. 10 km away. There are more than 50 large hotel resorts in the area.
The coast of the province of La Altagracia is over 100 km long and the weather is slightly windy most of the time. The coastal waters are mostly shallow, inviting to swim without danger. The main beaches are El Cortecito, Las Corales, Cabeza de Toro, Cabo Engaño, Playa Blanca Punta Cana, Uvero Alto, Macao, Arena Gorda, Lavacama, Bávaro and Juanillo.
Punta Cana village
A charming and vibrant community in the main tourist region of the country, away from the hustle and bustle of the city but with all the facilities and services of the main urban area, including an international school, Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, shops and restaurants, galleries, church, financial institutions, health centers and gym.
Puntacana Village is located just two minutes by car from Punta Cana International Airport, a few kilometers from Puntacana Resort & Club and just off the access road to Coral Highway. It covers an area of 3.4 million square meters and is currently still expanding.
A number of options await you, including access to the many facilities of Puntacana Resort & Club. Explore Puntacana’s 1,500-acre ecological park with natural springs, scuba dive off exotic coral reefs, relax by the pool or on the beaches, play golf, tennis, go horseback riding, or just relax at Galerías Puntacana.
Punta Cana International Airport
The airport is located in the Dominican Republic, which is visited by almost 4 million visitors per year. The airport is located 3 km from Punta Cana village, depending on where you are staying, seaside resorts are 10-40 minutes away from the airport via shuttle buses, taxi or rental car.
The airport has three terminals, all terminals feature a palm fan leaf with a thatched roof and live merengue music.
Terminal 1 is for international flights, while Terminal 3 is for domestic flights and private jets.
The airport was opened in 2009, Terminal 2 is also used for international flights for flights of 53 different airlines. Punta Cana is the second busiest airport in the Caribbean.