Cap Cana

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Cap Cana is a resort located in the Eastern Dominican Republic known as Juanillo. The site was founded as a new and more ambitious touristic site with contributions from international investors and partners such as Sotogrande. The site has beaches, golf courses, and a marina, and is primarily targeted at attracting international visitors. The Cap Cana Championship, a Champions Tour golf tournament, is held at Punta Espada Golf Club in Cap Cana, a course designed by Jack Nicklaus.[1]

History[edit]

Cap Cana is a tourism development with an investment of upwards of two billion dollars in the Eastern Dominican Republic, an area is known for its hotels and beaches. Cap Cana includes more than 45 square miles (120 km2) of land, and includes 5 miles (8.0 km) of beach and coasts.

Cities[edit]

Cap Cana is within hours of the capital and biggest city of the Republic, Santo Domingo, and has many surrounding towns and cities including La Romana, Punta Cana, San Pedro de Macorís, and other smaller towns.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cap Cana Blessed by A Masterpiece By Jack Nicklaus". Nicklaus Design. Retrieved July 14, 2010. 

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Coordinates: 18°30′05″N 68°23′03″W / 18.50139°N 68.38417°W / 18.50139; -68.38417