9 miles from international airport La Romana, 7 miles from La Romana and 6 miles from Casa de Campo, Altos
de Chavon is a village created by Roberto Coppa in the style of a sixteenth-century
Located on a hill, has built-up buildings with golden stone,
and the view on Chavon river (where was shooted scenes of Apocalipse Now of Coppola
and King Kong) is exceptional.
Altos de Chavon is famous because is an artists
village. Here, artists of different nationality are accomodate for nothing per
three months on condition to mount art exhibitions or shows.