Marina Cap Cana, Punta Cana

(4.1/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
View the luxurious life of locals and visitors as you visit Marina Cap Cana. The marina accommodates up to 130 yachts of up to 150 ft (45 m) in length, and a small village containing restaurants and boutiques surrounds it. Walk around and view some of the best fishing spots in the world or head to one of the nearby beaches and enjoy the soft sands and crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. Our Punta Cana vacation planner makes visiting Marina Cap Cana and other Punta Cana attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Ideal for a quiet, romantic dinner, and for people with discerning palates. What is a place very nice, very well attended and with prices for nothing excessive. In fact, meet us in the hotel (Riu Republic) and ask for a dinner special cost USD 135, while in this place, with tip included, spend USD 110. The transfers to and from the hotel are free of charge. The restaurant puts a taxi service to get your guests. This is also amazing and very valuable, and makes the final experience, no doubt, for your convenience. We tried a meat dish and the other rice. The two, delicious. Exquisite. It was a pleasure to have gone to this place, and we recommend it without hesitation. Oh, and after eating, we went for a ride by the Navy, to get it and see its beautiful view. Very nice experience.
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  • We stayed in Punta Palmera retreats, an apartment complex directly on the beach. The apartment was luxurious, the beach beautifully, but in the sea rocks and reefs, without slippers no swimming possible. Pool was very attentive. Little guests, little infrastructure. Only a small bar in the lobby, which is rarely open (breakfast on order and payment), the snack bar at the pool could offer small dishes and serve no coffee or tea. Dinner was just outside possible with taxi transfer. The whole system seems very neat, but abandoned. Next door, the buildings are empty and are not built (without Windows and Interior and with mold on the walls). Just a few families and were guests at Christmas! Well suited for the short night, but recommended for longer stays only with self catering. Extremely quiet.
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  • I went to the site during a Bike tour of the hotel where I'm staying, and everything was closed: shops, bars, restaurants ... There was only one boat stopped at the Marina. According to the Guide, the cruise season hasn't started, and so everything was deserted, and going through reforms. The local infrastructure and good, beautiful buildings, and luxury apartments, with two small beaches, beautiful! Maybe during the high season is worth the visit!
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