Southern Nicoya Peninsula
The southern Nicoya Peninsula has long been one of Costa Rica's most secluded gems. From the hilly interior, the mountains sweep down to the Pacific Ocean, creating some of the most pristine and remote beaches in Costa Rica. Most of the hotels and businesses are small and privately owned with a very laid back atmosphere. While Guanacaste is known for its dry climate, the southern Nicoya Peninsula receives more rain, making it a transitional zone between dry forest climate and tropical rain forest resulting in a more lush environment year round. Lodging options on the southern Nicoya peninsula range from budget hotels to some of the most luxurious boutique hotels in Costa Rica.
The towns of southen Nicoya Peninsula are:
- Mal Pais
- Santa Teresa
Montezuma Beach. Surfers from all over the nation come here to surf.
Shops in Montezuma
Hotel Tango Mar. Tango Mar is right near Tambor and very close to Montezuma.
Tango Mar Beach and Pool
Yes they are working on making it easier to get around Costa Rica. Here is a video of a newly paved road.