SAN MIGUEL COSTA RICA
The Nicoya Peninsula’s designation as one of the world’s five Blue Zones makes San Miguekl an off-the-beaten-path escape from the buzz of the modern world. Sure, many of the hotels have wi-fi, but you may find yourself less interested in our email and more in tune with the lazy sway of local life. Some even travel to the region Specifically for a self-imposed digital detox. Fresh seafood and tropical fruits, rich in nutrients, are staples in Noycan cuisine, further bolstering the area’s reputation as a haven for wellness.
Far on the tip of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, away from airports and city lights, is Santa Teresa. And while this jungle-backed beach town is remote, it is anything but dull. Hip restaurants, shared workspaces, beach parties, and a growing population of young expats make it feel like the next big trend. In this post, we’ll tell you why Santa Teresa has stolen so many hearts and help you plan a visit.
SUSTAINABLE BRANDS THAT GIVE BACK TO THE ENVIRONMENT
This beach front 1500sqm property with permission to build, is perfect for a sustainable design, bringing you eco-friendly luxury. Property features are water and electricity.
You may enjoy seeing wildlife and appreciate the sound of the ocean.