sun, nature beach, light walks without worries, the rays of the sun cover our
skin and we breathe sea breeze.
If we talk about
some beautiful beach in Costa Rica I would say that there are many beautiful
beaches. Mostly they are surrounded by nature, some are extensive; depending on
the location, its sand is golden or volcanic. And its people, the Ticos mixed
with some Europeans or North Americans who have made Costa Rica their home,
make the perfect combination to make the place something paradisiacal.
This is the case
of Santa Teresa, one of the most popular beaches in Costa Rica for being an
ideal place for surfing.
On the coasts of
Costa Rica, it is usual to see the towns develop next to the beaches. Their
homes and shops located a few meters from the sea. This is very usual since the
coastal towns in their beginnings were founded by fishers and being close to
the beach allowed them to transport their merchandise easily and take care of
The small town
of Santa Teresa is one of these towns located next to the beach.
Years ago, it
was unknown to travelers, it lay like a wild town, with its wild nature and
beautiful beach with big waves, a rural town without electricity or telephony.
Little by little
it has been discovered by intrepid and adventurous travelers in search of
unique places. The surfers were the first to arrive in Santa Teresa; the ideal
waves for surfing and that open air without hurry for life. Many of them stayed
to live enchanted by the magic of the place. This led a development at a higher
tourist level and became a beach much sought after by surfers.
Nowadays it is a
town ideal for all types of visitors, a place that receives travelers of all kinds
and socioeconomic levels. Are attracted by the place where the international
culture was fused with the local ethic culture. International food restaurants
are mixed with local food, hotels of all levels, people from other countries are
disguised among the local people giving a unique style to the place.
options to discover this paradise, where time passes slowly, and nature takes
over our life and brings us closer to the essential.
Come to live the
adventure and add Santa Teresa to your visiting list!
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