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There have been settlements on this eastern tip of the Dominican Republic since Spanish colonial times, mainly little fishing villages where people lived off the bounty of the sea. It was only about 30 years ago that the area began to be developed for tourism. ... More Today, this is one of the Caribbean’s fastest-growing resort areas. The hotels and resorts are concentrated in a few towns along the coast, such as Bávaro, with its shopping complexes, restaurants and nightclubs; El Cotecito, a small fishing village with numerous private hotels and apartments; Cabeza de Toro, with a number of top-quality hotels; and Cap Cana, a complex stretching 4 kilometres along the coast.
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