The most famous seaside resorts of the Pacific coast are in Quepos, famous for its big game fishing (marlins, yellow tuna, swordfish), Tamarindo, ideal for surfing, and the very trendy Manuel-Antonio, with its long clear sandy beach, at the heart of a sublime nature park of the same name. Divers should go to the Isla del Cano biological reserve, with its coral reefs and great variety of plants, including the impressive sea cucumber.
The beaches in Costa Rica are magnificent, with their fine sand and transparent turquoise waters.© 123 RF
Costa Rica offers the opportunity to try a number of different water sports, such as surfing, diving and waterskiing, among others.© 123 RF
The dense vegetation of the tropical forest, with its abundant fauna and flora, stretches along the coasts.© 123 RF
With its breathtaking beaches and landscapes, Costa Rica is the ideal destination for relaxing, far away from the stresses of everyday life.© 123 RF
Costa Rica is a beach paradise with over 620 miles of coastline, which means you won't have any trouble finding quiet deserted beaches.© 123 RF