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Playa Cocles Cocles beach, formerly a favorite haunt of pirates, today because of its proximity to Puerto Viejo is one of the most visited beaches, being a meeting point for tourists and locals.  Cocles beach stretches for miles by the sea and is perfect for walking along its shore or its trails, bathing, riding or simply contemplate the landscape, tan, read a book or engage in ...

Cahuita In the beginning there were only corals, tropical fish and peaceful turtles attracted by the abundant sea grass and miles of white sand beaches where to spawn. Pursued by their nutritious meat and their precious shell, the first turtle fishermen who set up camps began to reach this coast, surviving with the natural resources that this evergreen tropical forest and its w ...

Puerto Viejo Its history has always been linked to the sea, to the coming and going of pioneers, travelers and adventurers, to the hustle and bustle typical of a commercial nucleus and to the inevitable cultural exchange that under the Caribbean sun occurred between the indigenous peoples with others from all Parts of the world, enriching the cultural heritage, resulting in an ...

The Caribbean region of Costa Rica is mostly comprised in the province of Limón. It covers the entire Caribbean coast, from the border with Nicaragua to the North to Panama to the South, and inland covers the entire Atlantic slope of the Cordillera Central. It is an area dominated by abrupt mountains, numerous rivers, extensive plains and 212 kilometers of coast, where various ...