San Pedro de Macoris is a Dominican Republic city in the same-named province. It is located on the southern shore, 75 kilometers east of Santo Domingo and 45 kilometers east of the International Airport “Las Americas” (SDQ), and has a population of 140,000 people.
San Pedro is a tourist destination with sugarcane, baseball, and a university.
The principal industry of San Pedro, which is surrounded by sugarcane fields, is sugarcane.
The University of Central East (UCE) is known across the world for its exceptional medical expertise and training. Many students from all over the globe, especially from the United States, have gathered in San Pedro to pursue their dream of becoming a doctor.
Furthermore, San Pedro seems to have excellent predispositions for producing world-class baseball players, such as Jorge Bell and Samy Sosa.
San Pedro is a vibrant and colorful tiny town with colonial architecture and a distinctive Caribbean flavor.
Drive through the “Malecon” – the Ocean Promenade and Central Park – and into the little streets where the market is situated to obtain a full picture of Dominican life.