Costa Rica is a very welcoming country. You will have great pleasure in discovering the small villages and towns of Guanacaste rich in Costa Rican culture and traditions. Many festivals are organized every year all over the country.
10km 15 mn by car, is a village of 4000 inhabitants on the edge of the Pacific.
This village offers the main services: doctors, dentists, banks, restaurants, shops and sport activities.
25km, 45 mn by car, mosaic village with museum.
35km 40 mn by car. This is the homeland of the Chorotega Indians. Nicoya is one of the oldest towns in Costa Rica. The central square is dominated by San Blas, one of the oldest churches built in “pisé”.
On Friday morning, you can stroll through the typical farmers market. In December you can attend the very colorful festivals with the Festival of the Virgin of Guadelupe.
55km 1h15 by car, is a charming village, you will discover Costa Rican art with the cooperative and the family pottery workshops and the Chorotégas ceramics ecoMuseum. Collection photo Flick.
59km 1h by car, is the capital of the Marimba, a musical instrument close to the xylophone. You will see many festivals with Marimba concerts, dances … in particular the week of January 15 and the July 25, a public holiday to celebrate the annexation of the province of Guanacaste to Costa Rica which dates from 1824
is the capital of Guanacaste where you can see the famous Calle Real and its authentic houses. Note that, the last week of February and July 25, the day of the commemoration of the annexation of Guanacaste to Costa Rica, you can attend traditional festivals with festivals, folk parades and equestrian parades in the streets of Liberia. Collection photo Flick.
July to December.
The dates are subject to change due to the law of July 16, 2020 allowing the transfer of public holidays to Monday in order to promote local tourism during the years 2020 to 2024.
UNESCO world heritage masterpiece.
Collection photo Flick.