Costa Rica’s northern Pacific coast, also known as the Gold Coast, has been an expat haven for decades thanks to a dry and warm climate, beautiful beaches, and a laid-back lifestyle. In towns like Playa Flamingo, Playas del Coco, and Tamarindo, you have walkable seaside villages, expat enclaves where foreign residents of all nationalities have started new lives and, in some cases, businesses.
Surfers were the first to explore this region. But these days, visitors of all ages travel here and fall in love enough to call it home. And there are plenty of amenities like world-class golf, high-quality medical care, stores full of imported items, top-notch restaurants, and much, much more.
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