Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Gorgeous villa by the coast in Costa Rica with bright open spaces, amazing social areas and an outdoor swimming pool.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Villa Pura Vida is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
For an exclusive luxury getaway on the Costa Rican coast, it doesn't get any better than this stunning villa on the Nicoya Peninsula. Blessed with an isolated location and surrounded by lush jungle, the sprawling 4,500-acre estate offers guests a chance to experience that most sought-after of modern luxuries – peace and tranquillity, with some adrenaline-pumping adventure thrown in for any thrill-seekers out there.
Its open structure and seamless access to the outdoors through vast retractable glass doors make the villa seem even larger than its already generous footprint. And with an average daytime temperature hovering around the high twenties, there's little need to close them. Inside, the decor is crisp and uncluttered, with white walls, plenty of wood, and the occasional pop of colour that echoes the wild fruits growing in the forest outside.
Enjoy unfettered access to three miles of unspoiled coastline, boasting three of Costa Rica's finest beaches – Langosta offers beautiful white sand and crystal-clear waters, Avellanas offers world-class surf, while Mansita is perfect for snorkelling. While you'll have to share the sea here with guests from the nearby JW Marriott, its five mouthwatering restaurants more than make up for this minor inconvenience. Elsewhere, the resort offers a challenging links golf course overlooking the ocean. It flows effortlessly with the natural landscape to provide a course that's fun for all abilities.
With everything right on your doorstep, we wouldn't blame you if you checked in and never left – however, should you feel the urge to explore, the renowned surf town of Tamarindo is just a thirty-minute drive away. From here, you can organise excursions into the mangroves, sunset sailing trips, ATV off-roading expeditions and full-day hikes through awe-inspiring national parks.
Treading the line between Caribbean paradise and mountainous Central American clime, the entire nation of Costa Rica feels like a beauty spot. With 30 national parks and thousands of miles of untouched forest, there’s no better place for those ready to get back to nature.
Less than three hours from the capital, San José, the active Arenal volcano offers countless gifts. From taking a dip in the natural hot springs dotted throughout the rainforest to horseback riding through the national park nearby, this tropical paradise is filled with natural wonders. All it takes is a short walk into the rainforest to discover incredible protected biodiversity; expect to meet sloths and howler monkeys on your way.
Costa Rica’s two coastlines mean beaches galore of course, with secret caves, coral reefs, and palm groves ready to be explored. San José isn’t to be missed either; museums, lively bars, and unique restaurants all make up the soul of the capital. Here, you will almost certainly be enticed into trying a Casado (translating to ‘marriage’ in Spanish), this dish encompasses all the flavours of Costa Rica.
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