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Costa Rica has over 300 named beaches and plenty more that are tucked away and don’t have a formal name. With two coastlines, Costa Rica is definitely a tropical beach destination, among so many other things. When you visit this gorgeous country, staying on the beach is an absolute must. There are quite a few cool beach bungalows to choose from, and here are some of the most highly recommended.
Makanas is a superior hotel in the quaint bohemian surf town of Santa Teresa on the Nicoya Peninsula. Makanas offers three different styles of affordable bungalows for families, honeymooners, or surfers looking for a comfortable and inviting home base. This is the perfect place to stay for those interested in surfing, doing yoga, horse riding, diving, fishing, sunbathing, or getting pampered at the spa in Santa Teresa. They even have a gourmet comfort-food restaurant and a cute little bar that serves up tropical cocktails, an impressive variety of beers, and wine.
Hotel Mundo Milo Eco Lodge is just 1,148 feet (350 meters) away from the peaceful and uncrowded beaches of Playa Junquillal. There are five little bungalows, a pool, a restaurant, and a bar. This intimate and eco-friendly establishment is the perfect spot for those looking for peace and quiet, exquisite nature, and relatively empty beaches while still being close enough to a variety of tours, amenities, and other spectacular places to explore to the north and the south. The five bungalows are all designed in different world styles, such as African and Mexican. Sustainable eco-tourism is a top priority at Mundo Milo. They employ locally, recycle and dispose of their waste responsibly, and minimized their impact to the natural habitat of the local animals and plants during their construction. Hotel Mundo Milo Eco Lodge is truly a hidden gem!
Pranamar Villas and Yoga Retreat is harmoniously situated steps away from the sea on Playa Hermosa in Santa Teresa. There is Balinese-inspired architecture, lush garden vegetation, hammocks strung between palm trees, luxurious accommodation, healthy, organic, and locally inspired and sourced meals, an open-air yoga studio, and a multiple-level swimming pool. This is the perfect place to disconnect from the unnecessary and reconnect with yourself and with nature.