Casa Verde is approx where you can see the arrow on this pic :-) you will be able to explore many different beach while staying with us. source of the pic - www.travelpulse.com
Great insights about the town north of Uvita - Domincal. I have spent many weeks, possibly months there before building my house in Uvita. It's a great place to just "be" and go with the flow. Surfing is the center piece of this town and the tide pretty much schedules everything somehow around it :-)
A Quick Guide To Off-The-Beaten-Track Dominical, Costa Rica
Beaches that stretch on as far as the eye can see, lush jungle, forested mountains … It’s no wonder that Costa Rica is considered by many to be pure paradise. However, an influx of tourism over the past decade means it can be difficult to find a place that doesn't feel overrun with sunburnt tourists and souvenir stands.
But while the popular towns of Tamarindo, Guanacaste, and Arenal become more and more crowded every year, the dirt road leading to the beach town of Dominical keeps a humble balance of relaxed vibes and plenty of opportunity for adventure. If you’re ready to explore one of the most beautiful regions in all of Costa Rica, then don’t miss this guide to Dominical and the surrounding region:
Here is the full article.
Just a few minutes drive from the Casa Verde are the beautiful Uvita Waterfalls. Thanks to our soon to be neighbor - Marco Carniel (www.wildlife-images.at) for this beautiful shot.
Just up the road of the Casa Verde is a nice hotel/restaurant called Vista Ballena for perfect views of the Whales Tale.
I first came to Costa Rica in 1998. I fell in love with the country right away for so many reasons. I have been coming, living and unfortunately never staying off and on since.