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If you are seeking a vacation or honeymoon filled with fun, adventure, relaxation, amazing sights, sounds and discoveries, search no further, Santa Teresa Costa Rica offers all this and more.


pic-malpais1Unlike many coastal communities, Santa Teresa is a series of small eclectic towns strung along the beach, one after another, not able to tell where one ends and the next begins.  From the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula begins the town of Mal Pais, next town is Playa Carmen, then one of the most gorgeous and awarded beaches in all of Central and South America, Playa Santa Teresa, followed by Hermosa Beach and finally Manzanillo beach.

 

activities-costa-rica-1-200x300Start to finish, this strand of opulent beaches start to finish is about 10 miles, give or take.  The coastal road it rough which in a way is good, it keeps the cars going slow.  On both sides you can’t help but notice every 50-100 feet small boutique hotel’s, eclectic shopping, local soda’s (restaurant/cafe), markets, surf shops or private estate’s.

There is no shortage of places to eat, markets to purchase fresh food from or shops to purchase anything from souvenirs, swim attire, clothing or other necessities.

This section of our website is provided to give you a glimpse of what you can expect to find in our small quaint communities.  Keep checking back to see new updates and posts for Santa Teresa Things To Do…

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Curú National Wildlife Refuge and Hacienda

This is another great spot for eco-tourists and animal lovers. Curú is part of...
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Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve

With an area of 1270 hectares in the terrestrial and 1800 hectares in the...
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Cabuya

Another rare attraction of Cabuya is the small cemetery island (Isla de Cabuya), located...
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Giant Banyan Tree

Located on the main road between Cabuya and Montezuma, it´s almost impossible to miss this beauty...
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Mal Pais Tide Pools

At low tide, an incredible world of tide pools uncover. Santa Teresa claims the most...
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Los Suecos Beach

Los Suecos Beach (Swedish beach), is known like this because year ago there used...
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Canopy Zip-Line Tours

Price: $45 per person
Location: You have two options to do zip line, one is just about 15 min from...
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Santa Teresa Organic Market

A long standing tradition...probably one of Santa Teresa´s highlights, this event is a clear..
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Suck Rock Point Break

One of Costa Rica's top 5 surfing point breaks is in Santa Teresa and...
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Montezuma Waterfalls

If you want to enjoy a great hike and beautiful waterfalls this is a "must-do"...
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