Tamarindo and Surroundings

Tamarindo

An ancient fishing village, is now one of the most developed tourist community of Costa Rica. It’s geographical and climatic conditions make the area ideal for surfing and other water sports with an average temperature of 32 °, the dry season, which runs from November to April is dry, sunny and warm with low humidity, the rest of the year there are always low rainfall with a pleasant climate. There is also the National Marine Park Las Baula, the Natural Refugio de Vida Silvestre Tamarindo and the long beaches of Tamarindo, Playa Grande, Playa Langosta and Playa Avellana, which together constitute the area‘s most important for the turtle nesting.
There are all the facilities, modern supermarkets, banks, shopping centers, specialty shops, countless restaurants with cuisine from around the world, several hotels and an active night life with bars and club always open.
The local airport (only 3 minutes from the center) makes several daily connections with the capital with Nature Air or Sansa Regional.


Playa Langosta

Small and private beach in the exclusive area of Playa Tamarindo, with restaurants and luxury hotels.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 


Playa Grande

Very closed to Tamarindo (just across the river that divides the two beaches) is the National park La Baula, place of the Baula turtle reproduction, the largest in the world, and where you can see them lay eggs and watch the first steps of the small turtles trying to reach the sea.

 

 

 

 


Playa Avellana

One of the most beautiful beaches of the Tamarindo area. A deserted beach, shaded by old crooked trees, mangroves and dry forest.
With its white coral sand and turquoise waters with little current it is perfect for bathing. Although it is an interesting destination for surfers because of its beautiful waves.

 

 

 

 


Playa Negra

The favorite destination for surfers of the Tamarindo area, virgin and pristine white beach.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 


Playa Conchal

It takes its name from the peculiarities of the sand, formed by small pieces of shells and corals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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