About the Nicoya Peninsula

The largest peninsula of Costa Rica is not only a compendium of all the most attractive and secluded beaches in the country, but also the “ideal place to live” according to International Living magazine (http://internationalliving.com/) considering the Peninsula one of the five healthiest places to live in the world. The hot and dry climate typical of the North Pacific region of Costa Rica promotes tourism throughout the year, 30% of which goes birding in the country since there are 880 resident and migratory species, 56 of them endemic and which can be seen at Palo Verde National Park in Guanacaste and elsewhere. The southern part of the Nicoya Peninsula is not the exception with the National Reserve of Cabo Blanco Absolute and 1250 hectares of secondary forest, refuge for many endangered species and vegetation that has regenerated over the past 50 years. It is located a few miles from Montezuma, Mal Pais and Las Delicias an area with great appreciation that is strategically located near Cóbano, the main center of the area.