This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Puntarenas reviews
"My wife and I stayed in this beautiful and convenient house during the first week of April 2014. Access to the house, which may accommodate conveniently a large family, requires a 4x4 car. The house is ideally located for sightseeing along the Southern Pacific shore, from Quepos to Osa peninsula. Cerro de la Muerte is less than two hours by car. A supermarket and a few good restaurants are in Dominical, about five miles away. Watching sunset over the Pacific from the porch competes with any postcard. The caretaker was extremely kind and helpful. We will recommend this place to our friends making plans to visit Costa Rica."Guest: Michael Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 15, 2014View listing
"Our stay at Casa de Suenos was a great experience. We drove from the the airport and stayed near Jaco for a week. We then drove south for about an hour and easily found Dominical and met up with the property manager who took us to the house. We were very happy to see that the house had such an incredible view and was also very private. We spent a lot of time on the large porch enjoying the sunsets and lighting shows. We came during the rainy season so some nights had some Tstorms but overall it was pretty dry all day. The house was only a few minutes drive to town and any number of beach access points. We felt like we had our own private piece of paradise as there wasn't anyone else around to make noise. Some of the places to stay in town were very close to other hotels/hostels/homes and seemed more noisy. We could not have asked for a more perfect place to explore some of Costa Rica's best sites."Guest: Logan Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014View listing
"Really beautiful place with amazing views. If you need to get away and connect with the part of you that can't surrender to 'the real world" this is the place to do it. Jacqui and Trina were both very helpful, checking in and out was a breeze and we enjoyed the whole thing. The road is a bit steep but after one trip you get used to it and it's no problem. We picked up a few locals and enjoyed sharing our wheels for their long walk to town. Go the the Roadhouse restaurant at km 169, great food (fresh and thoughtful), cafe con leche, yerba mate and wonderful people. At the time of this post they are open daily from 11 to 4 and closed Monday. Uvita is a very special place and the Whales tail at sunset was unforgettable."Guest: simple fly Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 10, 2014View listing
"We live locally in San Jose and wanted a weekend escape during the off-season to Malpais. We had a perfect stay in this gorgeous house! What a view indeed -- it's like 180-degree view of the ocean. It is a steep climb but that's the price for a beautiful view. We had a 4x4 SUV and it was not a problem. The inside is crisp and modern and I wish my kitchen was this size at home! But the main attraction is the outdoor terrace and infinity pool, where we spent the bulk of our time...lounging, relaxing and soaking up nature: butterflies and greenry. The rooms are really big, and our friends who joined us and stayed in one of the bungalows loved how cozy it was. And they said there is an ocean view everywhere...from the bed, even from the bathroom! We will totally recommend this property to friends who are looking for a piece of paradise, and we'll be back!"Guest: Marcia M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 11, 2014View listing
La Isla Palo Seco Travel Tips
La Isla Palo Seco Vacation Rentals for Relaxation
Translated as The Island of Dry Wood, La Isla Palo Seco vacation rentals offer a relaxing atmosphere for all patrons. Located in the Puntarenas region, La Isla Palo Seco is part of Costa Rica's central Pacific coast. Costa Rica's Maritime Means Law protects all beaches, so La Isla Palo Seco travel offers a location that has avoided the spoiling of urban development. The island is just a two and a half hour drive from the international airport in San Jose and only 20 minutes from the Quepos Airport. Relax the day away on the sunlit shores, take a dip in the Pacific coastal waters, or enjoy an afternoon snorkeling and observing underwater life.
La Isla Palo Seco Travel Offers Enjoyment
Parrita, a town near La Isla Palo Seco vacation rentals, offers everything you will need for your secluded beach vacation. The people of Parrita are friendly and welcoming, making it a town full of character, culture and charm. Feel prepared knowing that several restaurants, banks and shops are available, as well as supermarkets, churches and a medical clinic. For extended La Isla Palo Seco travel, take a Parrita taxi or bus for a day trip to nearby Quepos or Jaco and enjoy a bit of city life. Just 40 minutes south of Parrita is the Manual Antonio National Park.
Cultural Flair of Puntarenas Beach Homes
Lined by the Central Volcanic mountain range, Puntarenas beach homes are surrounded by a lush jungle climate. Puntarenas providence is the largest region in Costa Rica, consisting almost entirely of coastline, including the islands in the Gulf of Nicoya and parts of the Tilaran and Talamanca Mountain Ranges. Whether you plan to make your Costa Rican trip entirely about La Isla Palo Seco travel or intend to see all the sights Puntarenas beach homes have to offer, the possibilities are endless.