Beaches

Peaceful beaches and wonderful people.

If you’re looking for a fun and relaxing getaway, Nosara is the right place. With an amazingly nature, welcoming locals and incredible views, you’ll find that Nosara combines the best things this country has to offer, whether you’re planning an unforgettable vacation near one of the beaches or looking for real estate investment opportunities.

Guiones

Is there a better way to start your day than enjoying the peaceful sound of the waves? We don’t think so, either.

Playa Guiones has been known for its amazing stretch of white sand and serene environment, but also because it’s Nosara’s most popular beach among surfers. To start the day with the right foot, surfers start arriving at Playa Guiones early in the morning just to catch some waves.

Pelada

The perfect place to relax, read a book and enjoy the sunset.
Playa Pelada is a quieter beach, in comparison with Playa Guiones, but it sure is just as beautiful, with the addition that trees give our visitors some shade to protect them from the sun that reigns every day.

Garza

Known for its beautiful white sand and incredible fishing, Playa Garza has become a great place to visit either with family or friends and it’s a true fisherman’s paradise.

This might not be as big as Playa Guiones, but it definitely offers new opportunities to explore and see the beauty Nosara has to offer.

Ostional

Playa Ostional is an amazing spot to appreciate the wonders of this world. This beach is particularly known for its famous arribada, which brings hundreds of thousands of turtles, at least once a month, to lay their eggs in the sand. Definitely a one-of-a-kind event.

Boca Nosara

Boca Nosara or also known as Nosara Rivermouth, is where people frequently gather to enjoy a quiet day, especially on the weekends. Surrounded by mangrove, Boca Nosara gives you the opportunity to explore the area either on a kayak or paddle board. It’s a wonderful way to get up close and see the wild life and enjoy one of a kind views. This river meets Río Montaña just before they end in Playa Ostional.

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