Costa Rica’s beaches, boasting both exceptional and varied beauty, luring tourists from all over the globe. Running the gamut from rocky shelling beaches to gorgeous expanses of pink, black, and white sand, Costa Rica shores beckon you with more than 1200 kilometers of oceanfront to explore. Pacific coast beaches, stretching from Zancudo to Tamarindo, are a favorite to the majority of international tourists, offering stunning vistas, incredible sunsets, and some of the most unspoiled spots in the nation.
Beaches offer visitors exceptional water quality, beaches are mostly white and gray sand that slips perfectly between your toes, often with a smattering of small rocks and shells, ideal for catching some golden rays, long walks down the beach, and superb nature photography.
Manuel Antonio National Park, Jacó Beach, and the Gulf of Papagayo are only three examples of the spectacularly beautiful Costa Rican beaches. With so many others, as well as hundreds of additional special spots and secret places waiting to be discovered, visitors never tire of the country’s vast shoreline riches. So pack your bags, head on down, and bury your toes in the sand as you enjoy a spectacular Costa Rican sunset.