BEACHES AND SEA
The swing of the waves and the tranquility of the beach are always a good excuse to relax and recharge batteries.
COSTAS, BEACHES, MARES AND MUCH MORE...
MANUEL ANTONIO PARK
Manuel Antonio National Park is a natural conservation area located on the central Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in the canton of Quepos, puntarenas province.
Puerto Carrillo or Playa Carrillo is a small coastal town that belongs to the province of Guanacaste on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. It is the third district of the canton of Hojancha and is located about 5 km from Sámara Beach.
HERMOSA BEACH, GUANACASTE
The relief of the Chorotega Region includes the Guanacaste Volcanic Range, Tempisque plains, Nicoya hills and coastal plains.
SANTA TERESA Beach
Tourism is a growing sector in the economy of Ebony. Having grown from less than a hundred annual visitors in 1975 to around 25,000 in the mid-1990s to 150,000 in recent years, much of the economy is increasingly dependent on tourism.
Ballena Bay is the fifth district of the canton of Osa, on the southwest Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The district has an area of 160.76 km2 and has an estimated population of 3,306 inhabitants (2011).1 Its main village is Uvita, on the beach of the same name.
Its name takes it from the formation that the rocks have acquired in this form. It has an extension of 500 mt in length. Its sands are greyish and is of curvilinear coast, conducive to bathing.
Dominicalito Beach is 5 minutes from the crossing between Dominical and Perez Zeledón, a wide quiet beach, with two entrances to the beach, where you will find rocky areas and clean sand.
One of the most spacious beaches that there is in this area, with abundant vegetation at the edge of the beach, the entrance is not very seen from the road and a slightly difficult entrance but when you arrive at the destination it is worth crusing by the farms.
Puerto Viejo, Limón
Puerto Viejo is a coastal town in the Canton of Talamanca, located in the Province of Limón, southeast of Costa Rica. The village was originally known as Old Harbour, until the Government of Costa Rica instituted Spanish as the new local language and changed the names of towns and places in the area from English to Spanish.