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Puntarenas beache  Costa Rica                       

Playa Puntarenas Costa Rica 

Is a coastal province of Puntarenas Costa Rica, where hundreds of people daily visit the beaches. Only 1 hour and 30 minutes from San Jose and on a good road.

 Puntarenas beaches have become an ideal destination for those who want to enjoy the sun and the coastal breeze. Costa Rica tour takes you to all the beautiful beaches of Costa Rica Beaches in Puntarenas

Puntarenas has
  an average temperature of 28 degrees Celsius and a population of 350,000 inhabitants. Its largest employer is the fishing and tourism. Arriving on their shores large cruise ships to visit the beaches of gray sand.

Among the most famous beaches in Puntarenas are:

Ballena Beach
Costa Rica beach of gray sand and blue water, with waves that range from mild to moderate. It has an area of ​​about 3 km of coastline.

Its long sandy beach, lush vegetation, wildlife and breathtaking scenery to the scenery beautiful island. It is part of Ballena Marine National Park, which aims to protect humpback whales every year, especially from August to October, visitors to the region, and the care and breeding of other marine species.

For its gentle surf beach is ideal for the whales swim, and its rich marine life is also ideal for diving, as well as around Whale Island, where dolphins are often seen. Despite its beauty is a deserted beach, has a moderate tourist development, and provides various options for accommodation. The roads are in good condition.


Baru Beach

The Baru Beach is a beach in Costa Rica's black sand and blue water, with waves that range from mild to moderate. Its coastline, more than 3 kilometers long, is surrounded by lush native vegetation.

 Because of its rich flora and fauna is the Hacienda Baru Nature Reserve, with its trails and reporting system, is easily searchable. Towards the end of the north has the imposing Baru River estuary, dominated by mangrove vegetation. It 's also a breeding area where several species of sea turtles.

Baru Beach offers a quiet, relaxing, ideal for swimming in calm water and the practice of ecotourism.

Due to their environmentally friendly has been awarded for several consecutive years with the Blue Flag quality mark. The access road is not open, but can be implemented in any type of vehicle. Thanks to its protected status, not hotels or cabins on the beach, so you should look for other lodging options nearby beaches like Dominical.


 

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