- Puerto Plata. com - The insiders guide to Puerto Plata and . . .
Puerto Plata com seeks to introduce you to vacation experiences that are beyond the ordinary Our goal is to provide you with an insider's guide to the Dominican Republic, with a special focus on Puerto Plata and the North Coast of the island
- Puerto Plata Vacation Packages - Apple Vacations . . .
Golden Beaches on the Amber Coast On the Dominican Republic's northern Amber Coast, Puerto Plata is surrounded by mountain ranges, a two-mile crescent of powdery amber sands, and the sparkling waters of the Atlantic Puerto Plata is aptly named for the silvery hues of its natural harbor
- Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic - Wikipedia
Puerto Plata, officially known as San Felipe de Puerto Plata, is the ninth-largest city in the Dominican Republic, and capital of the province of Puerto Plata The city is a trading port Puerto Plata has resorts such as Playa Dorada and Costa Dorada, which are located east of the city proper
- Sunscape Puerto Plata - Puerto Plata - Caribbean Hotels . . .
This family-friendly property features 585 rooms that face the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean Located on the northern coast of the Domincan Republic, Sunscape Puerto Plata is situated between lush tropical jungle and a beautiful golden sand beach
- Blue JackTar Resort, Puerto Plata - TripAdvisor
Book Blue JackTar, Puerto Plata on TripAdvisor: See 207 traveler reviews, 420 candid photos, and great deals for Blue JackTar, ranked #3 of 46 hotels in Puerto Plata and rated 4 5 of 5 at TripAdvisor
- Tours and Attractions - Puerto Plata. com
This is a tour that should not be missed during your stay in Puerto Plata Located on the top of Mount Isabel (2555 feet or 855 meters above sea), this cable car offers you the beautiful panoramic ocean view and surrounding areas of Puerto Plata
- Iberostar Costa Dorada Resort (All-Inclusive), Puerto Plata
The IBEROSTAR Costa Dorada hotel is located in front of the large golden sand beach of Costa Dorada, 10 minutes from the city of Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic's north coast