Galerias at Punta Cana Village maintains a pleasing disposition to the eye. The buildings are crafted in the typical style and pastel colors one learns to love about the Dominican Republic. A long path is hugged by small restaurants of various ethnicities (Mexican, Spanish, Italian, Chinese) and boutique shops selling such goods as home furnishings and beach wares. The west end of the Galeria opens up to a Five Points Sheridan, Wendy's fast food, a car rental office, clinic, and banks. One finds the supermarket on the east end called Nacional along with a pharmacy and playground. Parking is ample facing the main road that connects with the airport and northeast of Nacional. It is quite easy to spend a lazy or rainy afternoon in the confines of the Galeria without becoming incessantly bored eating, drinking, shopping, and just bumming around.
Packages and Proximity
The Galerias is also the spot to receive packages both domestically and internationally. The Dominican Republic doesn't have a national postal system per se. To circumvent this, companies such as Vimenpaq and DHL set up a receiving station in Doral, Florida. From there packages are brought to their stores in the Galerias where recipients can pick them up. This works for packages only and not cards. If the latter is sent it most likely will never make it to its final destination. The Galerias at Punta Cana Village are at an excellent proximity to the Punta Cana International Airport being literally two minutes away by car. So it easy to stop in to the Galerias coming from the airport or popping in there on your way back home.