3 Things You Don’t Want To Miss In Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

Costa Rica is ranked one of the most popular international destinations and having spent a couple of weeks there – we can clearly see why. Very few countries offer the same wide variety of activities, wilderness and scenery, and the locals’ hospitality and pura vida-attitude quickly puts a permanent smile on your face.

Santa Teresa is one of Costa Rica’s most visited destinations. The village is mostly known for its magical sunsets and amazing surfing, and those two alone are worth putting Santa Teresa on your roadmap. But the city is more than a surfer’s paradise. We can almost guarantee that there is something for everyone in this Central America located gem. The village is crowded of tourists during high season and the pulse is higher than in many other places in Costa Rica. Here are We are Nodes’ top 3 list of  things to do in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica! 

Banana Beach Restaurant 

If Banana Beach Restaurant does not get you into vacation mode, nothing ever will. The beach club is one of the hot-spots in Santa Teresa, located next to the beach, and is perfect for both late night exotic dinners as well as chill day hangouts. Cool down under the palm trees while sipping on tropical drinks and watch surfers as they hit the waves.
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Address: Villa Bonita Dr, Costa Rica
Phone: +506 2640 1117
Banana Beach Restaurant on Tripadvisor 

Hotel Vista de Olas

If you are into infinity pools and extraordinary views, you need to put Hotel Vista de Olas on your list. The pool is open for both hotel guests and visitors (you pay an entrance fee of 16 dollars which can be used to purchase food and drinks). Lay back and enjoy the lounge music that gradually turns up during the day  – and why not catch the sunset from this mountaintop hotel and restaurant. It’s going to leave you speechless!

The easiest way to get to Vista de Olas is to take a taxi there since it is located on top of a mountain a little outside of the city centre. Even though they serve food, the hotel is best suited for drinks and snacks – save your money for any of the restaurants in the city center instead.IMG_1520 IMG_1522Address: Vista de Olas, 160 5361, Costa Rica
Phone: +506 2640 0183
Website: http://www.vistadeolas.com/

The amazing sunsets

“After a visit to the beach, it’s hard to believe that we live in a material world.”

When adding Santa Teresa’s spectacular sunsets to that beach experience, you could not agree more with the quote above. The famous sunsets are even more spectacular in real life. This is by far the best part about Santa Teresa, so we urge you to breathe in the atmosphere together with other  travelers, surfers and locals.IMG_4349IMG_3408IMG_4346 IMG_4348
Stay tuned for more travel tips in Costa Rica!

5 thoughts on “3 Things You Don’t Want To Miss In Santa Teresa, Costa Rica”

  1. Linda, 155cm.se says:

    So beautyful! Kul initiativ med att connecta folk med varandra och väldigt fin reseblogg. Jag har gett dig en liten Liebster Award om du är sugen på att haka på. Det är fritt att översätta frågorna såklart. http://www.155cm.se/2016/06/11/the-liebster-award/
    /Linda, flickvän till den där Erik som du käkade frulle med här om veckan.

    1. wearenodes says:

      Hej! Erik är grym! Vi ska hugga tag i frågorna så fort tillfälle ges. Tack för nomineringen! Din blogg är sjukt bra btw, har läst igenom den nu! //Yasmin

  2. Fantasy Dining says:

    Åh håller med banans beach var grymt och oj vad jag saknar solnedgångarna..

  3. Christine - 29° says:

    Underbara Santa Teresa! Som jag längtar dit nu. 🙂

    1. wearenodes says:

      Vi är också sugna på att åka tillbaka!! Nästa gång skulle vi dock vilja upptäcka Panama och Nicaragua också! Har du varit där? 😀

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