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The beach is close to our hotel and they have worker at the beach to help setup our tent and chair. The sand is really smooth and the water is warm. There are lot of activities, but not well organized. There is no other amenities...More
(it actually is! We Found it in a travel book!!) This beach is before the park entrance. South end is busier than north end. We always use Marys Rentals as our base camp. Chairs and umbrellas available for daily rental. You can get food and...More
Public beach in Manuel Antonio near the national park. There are people up and down the beach renting out chairs and umbrellas but find Glen Castro’s area across the street from Baldi restaurant. Glen and his wife were Amazing! For only 5000 colones they will...More
Park at the Buena Vista hotel (2000 colones/day) and you will have immediate access to the less busy part of the beach - but you can still rent beach chairs, get food and drink etc. Walking up and down the beach is nice as the...More
We walked down to this beach from our hotel and it was so empty and stunning! This is one long Beach that goes all the way to near the entrance of Manuel Antonio National Park; but my advice is, don’t go over to that side!...More
We contacted Blue Horizons which is a small company who does a beach "concierge" service where they pick you up at your house or hotel, set up a shade and chairs on the beach and arrange for beach side drinka nd food service. Jorge and...More