Cap Cana, located in the Dominican Republic is the largest and most ambitious tourist destination development in the country. At 47 square miles (122 km²), Cap Cana is twice the size of Manhattan. The project is located at the eastern-most part of the island Hispaniola just 5 minutes away from the Punta Cana International Airport. The master plan includes one of the largest inland marinas in the World, 5 golf courses (3 of which are Jack Nicklaus signature), several luxury hotels, beach clubs, villas, and private estates.
In November 2006, Jack Nicklaus inaugurated "Punta Espada", his first of 3 signature golf course at Cap Cana. In April 2007, Punta Espada debuted at No. 77 in Golf Digest's ranking of the 100 Best Courses outside the U.S. Punta Espada is now part of the PGA Champions Tour and it is scheduled to be played from March 31-April 6, 2008.
In February 2007 Cap Cana reached a deal with Donald Trump to develop Trump At Cap Cana. The first product of the partnership, "Trump Farallón Estates at Cap Cana" broke record sales of US$300 million in one day in May 2007. It includes 68 estates with at least 1.5 acres each within a gated community set atop the highest bluff in the area, 200 feet the Caribbean Sea.
The first phase of the Marina was inaugurated on April 28th, 2007. The entire Marina is designed to be one of the most modern and complete marinas in the Caribbean, with a complete surface area of 16 million square feet featuring 1,000 slips catering to mega yachts.
Cap Cana is a 8,600-acre (35 million m2) development, that overlooks 3 miles (5.5 km) of fine, white powder-like sandy beaches and it sets in a series of coral limestone bluffs from the coast to 200 ft (60 m) above sea level with magnificent views of the Caribbean Sea.
Cap Cana will include three Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Courses, the biggest marina in the Caribbean with over 1,000 slips accommodating yachts of up to 250 foot (the only full service marina in a 400 kilometer radius between the Turks and Caicos and Puerto Rico), elegant boutiques and restaurants located in charming scenarios, with white sand, clear blue beaches, world-class spas, swimming pools and tennis courts, scuba-diving, polo and riding fields, among others.
A large marina (as in "largest in the Caribbean") is being built as well as a yacht club - right near one of the finest, white sand beaches in the country. And someone is thinking and planning well. The villas are all on the water - fingers of land protrude out into the water affording each home a waterfront view. Homes will have ocean access, as well. The beach is long, typical of most of the beaches on this coast. One thing we noted was that the shoreline recedes slowly - there are no drop-offs at Cap Cana as there are to the north.
The project will be developed in a series of stages during the next 10 years, at the end of which will comprise 5,000 residential units and 500 hotel rooms.
Come and enjoy all the facilities that make Cap Cana a way of living the Caribbean.
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