In many ways, the Nicoya Peninsula is off the radar of most tourists and expats who make their way to Costa Rica. A large landmass jutting out into the Pacific, it’s harder to get to and travel around than most areas of the country, due to lack of quality roads. Some spots are best reached by ferry from the mainland.
But those who do make the journey or set up new lives there are rewarded with pristine beaches, vast unspoiled natural areas, and laid-back village life—with a healthy mix of bohemian flavor.
There are beach communities on the Nicoya’s Pacific coast that have become home to in-the-know expats over the years. Let’s check out a few in the slideshow below…
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