The development Residencias de Tamarindo is only 45 minutes from Liberia International Airport and is situated only 800 meters away from the white sands of the pristine beach of Playa Tamarindo. The community was previously called Paseo de Los Arboles and changed name a few years ago when it dissociated itself from the Punta San Francisco community. It features the zipline canopy tower where tourists and locals start their zipline journey to overpass the Playa Langosta natural estuary.?Once on the canopy, you will experience the magnificent views of our peaceful farm as well as spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. You are also likely to observe many of the diverse wildlife, such as Howler Monkeys, tropical birds, deers and pumas.?
Residencias de Tamarindo is the perfect option for those looking for a quaint setting to build their dream residence or vacation property. It is stragically location within a peaceful and quiet neighborhood, within 600m to the beach and only 5 walking minutes to downtown Tamarindo with its popular amenities and vibrant nightlife, and also to some of Guanacaste’s most famous world class beaches and surf breaks such as Playa Langosta, Playa Avellanas, Playa Conchal, Playa Danta and Playa Flamingo. A true all-in-one!
Residencias de Tamarindo?project is intended to be a private gated community. As for today, it is properly fenced and paved, and the administration is planning to have security 24h as soon as most of the constructions will be completed. Some of the?+70 segregated lots?have truly outstanding ocean views with the most elevation overlooking the bay of Playa Grande,?Playa Tamarindo?and even down to Playa Avellanas.?
This development clearly shows a wealth of potential and has a bright future in the Tamarindo community. All developers lots already have been purchased by residents and investors and we can easily visualize it turning into a lovely private ocean view neighborhood in the near future.?Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have about Residencias de Tamarindo.