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Situated along Costa Rica's majestic Pacific coast in Latin America, Tamarindo is the epitome of relaxed, close-to-nature living. Known for its crashing waves, mesmerising sunsets and chill-out vibe, this destination is the perfect retreat for those looking to reconnect with nature while enjoying uncompromising luxury. Luxury villas in Tamarindo offer a holiday experience that seamlessly blends modern comforts with the authenticity of peaceful ocean living. Here, the sound of the waves lulls you to sleep, and you wake to the song of parrots and howler monkeys. Rentals on this part of the Pacific coast invite you to let go, relax deeply and rediscover yourself, all in a breathtaking natural setting. Tamarindo, with its bohemian spirit and love of nature, promises a getaway where luxury is experienced in all its simplicity.

Tamarindo: From fishing village to luxury jewel on the Pacific coast

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Tamarindo was not always the fashionable tourist destination with luxury villa rentals that it is today. Nestling on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in the province of Guanacaste, Tamarindo has its roots in an authentic and peaceful past.

Originally, Tamarindo was mainly a small fishing village. The inhabitants, living in harmony with nature, drew their sustenance from the bountiful sea that stretched out before them, evoking the pure beauty of the Pacific coast.

The name “Tamarindo” comes from the tamarind tree that abounds in the area, providing shade and food. But over time, as Costa Rica became better known as a tourist destination, Tamarindo became synonymous with comfort and tranquillity for travellers looking to get away from it all.

Tamarindo’s natural beauty has attracted visitors, but it’s the luxury ocean-view villas, sparkling pools and modern amenities that have kept them coming back. These properties offer the perfect combination of luxury and comfort, while still capturing the essence of Tamarindo.

Although Spanish is now the main language spoken by its inhabitants, as it is in the Dominican Republic, the town has not always been the tourist magnet it is today. Despite growth and development, with the emergence of high-end villa rentals, Tamarindo has preserved its link with nature. Conservation initiatives protect mangroves, marine habitats and the sea turtles that come to lay their eggs on its beaches.

Today, Tamarindo is a fusion of old and new. Behind the facades of the luxury villas, you can still smell the perfume of the fishing village of yesteryear. The story of Tamarindo is one of transformation, but it is also a tribute to the land and sea that have nurtured its inhabitants for generations.

Today, for those looking for a holiday in Costa Rica, Tamarindo offers a variety of luxurious villas and flats. Many villas have several bedrooms and bathrooms, offering all the comforts of a home away from home. Some prefer the authentic touch of a typical casa, while others opt for modern villas with private pools, ideal for relaxing after a day at the beach.

5 things to do near your villa rental on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica in TAMARINDO

  1. Surfing and surf lessons: Tamarindo is famous for its waves, which are suitable for all levels. Beginners can take lessons at one of the many surf schools, while experienced surfers can head to more advanced spots.
  2. Boat trip on the Rio Las Baulas: Embark on a peaceful boat trip on the Rio Las Baulas, where you can observe exotic birds, crocodiles and other wildlife in their natural habitat.
  3. Diving and snorkelling: The crystal-clear waters around Tamarindo offer excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities. Explore the underwater world, with its vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life.
  4. Horse Rides on the Beach: Discover Tamarindo’s golden beaches in a unique way – on horseback! These rides are suitable for riders of all levels and offer an unforgettable experience, especially at sunset.
  5. Visit the Marino Las Baulas National Park: Located near Tamarindo, this park is a sanctuary for leatherback turtles. If you visit during the nesting season, you may be lucky enough to witness the laying of the eggs or the hatching of the baby turtles, a magical moment to share with family and friends.

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