Nicoya

Stretching nearly 90 miles from south to north, the rugged Nicoya Peninsula rises from pristine beach into arid lowlands and dripping rainforests – to a strip of land drenched in golden sun, bordered by a ribbon of powdery beaches, and edged by sapphire sea. Rustic roads (often accessible only with 4WD) and sandy villages, home to both rustic surf shacks and boutique hotels, sprinkle the peninsula, an enchanting place of nesting sea turtles and howling monkeys, of perfect surf barrels and wildlife reserves, of salty breezes and midnight dips in the ocean.

Popular Destinations in Nicoya:

Santa Teresa and Mal País Travel Guide

It’s not just palm trees that line the sun-bleached coastline of Samara beach; this town-on-the-sea is home to beachfront restaurants, nightlife, and many other amenities. Indeed, these family-friendly white sands offer a one-stop-shop for all things vacation, making it one of the most sought-after destinations in Costa Rica.

Samara Travel Guide

It’s not just palm trees that line the sun-bleached coastline of Samara beach; this town-on-the-sea is home to beachfront restaurants, nightlife, and many other amenities. Indeed, these family-friendly white sands offer a one-stop-shop for all things vacation, making it one of the most sought-after destinations in Costa Rica.

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