San Pedro de Macoris Province Vacation Rentals

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About San Pedro de Macoris Province

The tropical breezes, long lazy afternoons, and warm sandy beaches of the Dominican Republic are calling! Answer the call and pack your bags for a trip you'll never forget to the sun-drenched destination of San Pedro de Macorís. This beach-hugging state is filled to the brim with chances to explore the wonders of the ocean, kick back and soak up sun or dive into a vibrant culture that is waiting to give you a warm welcome. 

Our vacation rentals in San Pedro de Macorís offer couples, families, groups, and even solo travelers the opportunity to surround themselves with a rich history and a seemingly endless array of options to enjoy this slice of tropical paradise. Whether you're looking to kick back on the beaches and sip some of the famous local rum or capture some truly amazing underwater images on a snorkeling adventure, your trip promises to be filled with memories you'll treasure for a lifetime. 

Where is San Pedro de Macorís?

Nestled on the southern side of the island, this seaside area is set about 22 miles from La Romana and nearly 130 miles south of the Samana Province. This central location gives you easy access to day trips, local attractions, and of course the pristine beaches that will be waiting for you!

Things to Do in San Pedro de Macorís

Take a day to enjoy the sound of gently crashing waves and the caressing warmth of the Caribbean sun as you let the daily grind slip away with the sea breeze. Catch up with a good book while you indulge in a tropical cocktail made with local rum and maybe a robust Cuban-seed cigar, expertly hand-rolled at a nearby factory. 

Wake up early to enjoy a seaside stroll after a light breakfast, then hit the high seas with a snorkeling adventure, or maybe go a little deeper on a scuba diving excursion. Learn about the wide array of local marine life and snap a few underwater photos to show off to your jealous friends back home. With the ocean as your playground, the options to have some water-inspired fun are endless!

Spend a day driving the fairways and reading the fast-paced greens at the Los Marlins Golf Course. Designed to highlight the tropical landscapes, the lush links are expertly cared for and give golfers of all skill levels the chance to enjoy a day with stunning views and the picturesque beauty of the ocean painting the perfect backdrop. 

No trip to the Dominican Republic would be complete without a trip to the famed Ron Barceló Centro Histórico. The first sugar cane found it's way to the island with Christopher Columbus in 1943, and ever since then, the Dominican Republic has been producing world-class rum for every palate. The Ron Bareló Centro Histórico offers visitors the chance to see the process of production from cane stock to swirling glass.  

Nearby Fun & Day Trips 

When the temperatures start to rise and you want a change of scenery, take your crew over to the Los Delfines Water & Entertainment Park to beat the heat! Spend some time in the wave pool or flying down water slides. With a restaurant and snack shack on-site you'll be able to spend the day enjoying some water fights and a family-friendly atmosphere without any hassle! 

Take a quick drive to see the awe-inspiring natural wonders of the Cueva de las Maravillas (Cave of Wonders). This must-see attraction is set in the La Romana Province and offers visitors the opportunity to take a guided tour and learn about the ancient cave painting and how the geology of the area helped to form these picturesque, sacred spots. 

Grab a glass of hand-crafted rum, and give yourself the gift of an ocean-side retreat with one of our vacation rentals in San Pedro de Macorís. Let yourself be enveloped by a vibrant and colorful culture as you spend your days exploring, relaxing, and creating tropical memories while the stress of the daily grind slowly slips away. Whether you're coming with your special someone, a group or you're adventuring solo, fun will always be at your fingertips!

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