The volcanic history of this area serves up a dark grey-colored, almost black sand beach which is the site of Costa Rica’s first all-inclusive resort which offers a small casino.
Close to Tambor, a very small town, are two 9-hole golf courses, one is north of the village and the other one south of Tambor.
For yachters the bay of Tambor offers safe anchorage and at the restaurant near the pier you can fill up on water and gas.
Tambor is the site of the only commuter airport on the southern Nicoya Peninsula, “TMU”, you’ll be arriving and departing here if you choose to visit Santa Teresa/Mal Pais area using air transfer from SJO which is the preferred route used by over 80% of the visitors due to it being the fastest, easiest and most direct arrival to our beautiful tropical oasis.
There is also a small casino here as well as a disco where the music plays until dawn.