Playa Tamarindo is a long beach, with excellent waves near the mouth of the estuary. Currents can be strong, especially on a falling tide. Tamarindo has two main breaks for advanced surfers: Pico Pequeño a rocky point in front of the Hotel Tamarindo Diria and the excellent river mouth break across from Cabinas Tsunami called El Estero. The rest of the beach breaks are perfect for learning. The biggest waves can get up to 12 feet, although only during November and December.
Playa Tamarindo is a “small big City”, He re you have access for Supermarkets, pharmacies, doctors, restaurants, Sport Bars, Spas, beach clubs… all you need in order to have a great Vacations.
This lovely town offers all kind of activities like ATV tours, Kayak, Snorkeling, Fishing trips, Catamaran Tours, Jungle boat tours at the Tamarindo estuary and many other activities surrounding like Horseback riding, Diving, zip line tours, watching turtles tour, Rainforest and Volcanos excursions.
Playa Langosta is located south of Tamarindo, the small beachside community of Playa Langosta is an exotic place with excellent spots to surf. The lovely sandy beach quieter than Tamarindo, There are many luxury houses which are the best places to be relaxed
The mouth of an estuary has an excellent surf break that often attracts boarders who prefer to hit the waves in a low-key, quiet area. The rivermouth waves are short but fast and are perfect for experienced surfers.
At Langosta beach you can find a small supermarket and some restaurants, the Tamarindo down town is really close, no more than mille.
Playa Avellanas, one of the most beautiful beaches in Central America, this Beach is internationally renowned for its unspoiled views, white sand, and iridescent sapphire, platinum and turquoise waters. This amazing beach is located southern Tamarindo Beach, Its recommended to knowledge surfer but can be visited for everybody. Lola`s restaurant full recommended.
To get Avellanas from Tamarindo, there is a daily shuttle, private taxi with your car rented, it takes around 25 minutes.
Playa Grande beach is also where the Leatherback Turtle usually comes to lay its eggs. The leatherbacks take over the beach from November to April, digging their nests up to one meter deep, lay their eggs and cover the pit with sand, and return once again to the sea. After 60 to 90 days, the hatchlings emerge and immediately make their way to the water.
There is no road access from the town of Tamarindo to Playa Grande, as the two are separated by the Tamarindo River. However, there are small boats waiting to ferry people across the river at a modest fee. You can walk from the center of Tamarindo to the edge of the river along the wide beach, you have access to a daily shuttle too. This beach is located into the National Park Marino Las Baulas.
Playa Conchal, Considered one of the most exotic beaches of the Gold Coast of Costa Rica , Playa Conchal is located in the northern province of Guanacaste. One Mille from Playa Brasilito. Together with Playa Brasilito this beach is separated by a rocky headland known as Punta Conchal, which gets its name from the sand found here that is composed of hundreds of millions of tiny crushed shells.
Playa Conchal is a fabulous beach with perfect weather all year long, There are trees which provides enough shade where you can sit and share with your family, You can park your car steps from the beach.
Water always remains at a comfortable temperature and is ideal for swimming and snorkeling, usually there are persons renting the snorkel set.
Playa Flamingo (Flamingo Beach) is one of Costa Rica’s most popular beaches with stunning, fine white sand and pristine clear blue water. From hotels, lodging, luxury homes, Flamingo is a perfect place to get relax and peace, here also you will have access to all the basics necessities (supermarket, Pharmacy, Restaurants and activities).
The community and sorroundings awaits for a Marina that hopes this be done before 2018.
Liberia to Tamarindo, Avellanas, Playa Grande, Conchal, Flamingo and others.
The average driving time from the Liberia international airport to these beaches is about an hour along route 21 through Palmira, Filedelfia, Belen and then on route 155 through Huacas. At Huacas you will get an intersection where you can choose where to go.
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