Any traveler who is looking to find a place that mixes the best of relaxation, sun and sand, Punta Cana is a fantastic spot. Located in the Dominican Republic, it has been one of the most popular spots for visitors in the Caribbean for the last few decades.
And while Punta Cana is known for relaxation, there are also plenty of other activities that can be done in and around the city. This includes golf as Punta Cana has some of the most beautiful courses in the Caribbean.
Punta Cana is easily reached from both the United States and Europe’s via major airlines via the Punta Cana International Airport, one of the busier airports in the region.
One of the defining features of any visit to Punta Cana has to be the amount of time spent on the beach. As one of the top beach destinations in all of the Caribbean, visitors who are looking to just sit back and relax flock to the Dominican Republic to enjoy the sun and sand.
There are a number of amazing beaches on the island, mostly they are split into where they are located in regards to Punta Cana. On the northern side of the city, the most popular beaches are Bávaro Beach, Macao Beach and Uvero Alto. While to the south of the city, visitors and residents head to Cabo Engaño, Cap Cana and Cabeza de Toro.
Bring the Golf Clubs
For those visitors who are looking to spend a few hours off the beach, the next most popular activity to do on the island and in Punta Cana itself is golfing. The climate and weather in Punta Cana makes it an absolutely perfect golfing destination all year round.
Not only are the courses beautify with stunning ocean views and plenty of greenery, but many have been designed by some of the best golf course architects in the world featuring courses by Pete Dye, Tom Fazio and Nick Faldo. Some of the most popular courses around Punta Cana include Barceló Bávaro Golf Corales Golf Course and Punta Espada Golf Course.