The Guanacaste Province - Costa Rica's Hottest Location
The Guanacaste province of Costa Rica is located on the North Pacific Coast - often termed the Gold Coast for its beautiful real estate, exceptional beaches, fabulous climate, easy international access and high standard of living. Guanacaste enjoys the driest weather in the country, and is noticeably less humid than other coastal areas even during its rainiest months of September and October which makes it perfect for vacation property and relocation.
Retirees, new immigrants, and investors who choose to buy real estate in Guanacaste are looking to fuel their enjoyment in life with experiences rather than things. Though this area of Costa Rica boasts excellent infrastructure, healthcare and education, due to its eco-conscious laws, the Guanacaste still retains its pristine beauty and tranquil lifestyle.
The affluent, as well as middle class, baby boomers and younger groups are exploring the purchase of second homes in Guanacaste because it truly has something to offer everyone. Boomers are expected to lead the market in the next 10 years, fulfilling their desire to enjoy a healthy lifestyle by purchasing a secure investment in a vacation property they can enjoy in the off-season and rent out during vacation months. Covering their expenses while their property appreciates may be an immediate goal, and the long-term plan is often to use these second homes as primary residences or winter retreats in the sun belt.
Other attractions of Guanacaste province are its International Liberia Airport and modern Costa Rica healthcare facilities. Young families are particularly drawn to the excellent schools in the Guanacaste such as CRIA School (previously called Country Day School), La Paz Community school, Educarte school and others that offer bilingual education that meets international standards.
Retirees, new immigrants, and investors who choose Guanacaste are looking to fuel their enjoyment in life with experiences rather than things. The this area of Costa Rica boasts excellent infrastructure, healthcare and education, but due to its eco-conscious laws, still retains its pristine beauty.?
Most foreigners considering buying Costa Rica real estate prefer to enjoy the North Pacific Province of Guanacaste where "Life is a Beach". Enjoy nature, the sea, and the finest climate in the world for those preferring long dry warm seasons sprinkled with enough rain to renew the tropical forests and fauna every September/October without fear of hurricanes. This area is anchored by the Four Seasons Hotel to the North and the J.W. Marriott Hacienda Pinilla to the south. The hottest locations in Costa Rica are located in the 38 mile stretch between the two, including the charming and vibrant Gold Coast towns of Tamarindo and Playa Flamingo.
TAMARINDO, Playa Grande, Avellanas and Playa Negra are considered to by surfers to be one of their hottest destinations. Today their families either join them in surfing or enjoy the safe swimming beaches and many other activities such as golf, horse backing, jogging, walking, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, or just relaxing at the spa or taking in the natural surroundings. There is plenty to do for every family member from the toddlers to the grandparents. Experience your dream in a beachside condo or in a gated golf resort; or invest in a home or lot for your future dream home. Participate in this market while it is still affordable.
FLAMINGO, Potrero, and Penca are located in the same bay, and are fabulous for fishing, sailing, diving and snorkeling. This area is within fifteen to thirty minutes of bustling Tamarindo, but Flamingo has its own restaurants and shops as well. Reserva Conchal to the south has one of the world'ss most beautiful golf courses. Flamingo will be the site of the new marina. And the pristine coves of Potrero and Penca, to the north of Flamingo, offer some of the most picturesque beaches and scenery in all of Costa Rica.