Las Ruinas de la Isabela

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ABOUT THE PLACE

[ubicacion_geo]: La Isabela (Puerto Plata) Norte - Republica Dominicana

Ranked as one of the most visited protected areas in the Dominican Republic, La Isabela has significant historical importance as the first European site in the New World.

 
The historic site is divided into three zones: two civilian and one military known as El Castillo.This is where excavations have revealed the outlines of what experts believe was the house of Christopher Columbus, the church where he celebrated the first Mass of the New World and an observation tower.

 
There are no easy ways to access this national park. The most direct route is to take a bus or go by public bus from Puerto Plata to Imbert and then another to Luperon. From here you can take another bus to Isabela. The easiest route is an organized tour.

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