The desired, remote coastal village of Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, is home base to elite visitors seeking surf and sun. It’s laid back vibe, curvy coastlines, and white sand beaches are a nature lover’s relaxing paradise.
The consistent surf is not the only adventure activity in the area. There are ATV tours, hiking trails through the Cabo Blanco Reserve, wildlife viewing, fishing, yoga, and a happening nightlife. Everything is right there. After a day in the warm water or exploring the jungle, why not enjoy cocktail hour with an incredible view of the pristine beach before heading back to your perfect rental for the night?
As you know, we only recommend the best of the best rentals. These have become known for world-class offerings, attention to detail, specialized services, and, most importantly, luxury.
Our rentals are secluded, serene, beachfront and have private pools. You get the whole house, so it feels like home, and you get resort-like amenities, such as daily housekeeping, spa, security, laundry, and concierge. You’ll be well taken care of!
Here are some of our rental options in Santa Teresa:
One of our newest options is Casa Teresa, a brand new 4 bedroom beachfront villa. The floor plan of this 4,700 square foot home is focused on entertainment, with plenty of space to gather as well as places to get away on your own. Don’t worry about cooking for guests, as we offer a private chef to prepare wild-caught fresh seafood with organically grown produce. Casa Teresa can accommodate eight guests comfortably, just steps away from the crystal blue water. Don’t miss the sunset over the water from the comfort of your living room or patio.
Sare Vila is a three-bedroom beachfront rental with an open kitchen, dining, living room. Guests often spend their days barbequing by the pool, all the while enjoying tropical music on a state-of-the-art sound system, and then take a short walk to experience the nearby nightlife.
Another three-bedroom option is the exclusive Casa Coracali, a house with a unique “W” shape to offer the most privacy. Each bedroom has a private bathroom. The rental is complete with A/C and a Sonos sound system. A gorgeous pool is just steps from the beach.
Maison Marazul, as its name suggests, sits on the beachfront of a beautiful blue sea. The Moorish style home is complete with a modern kitchen, flatscreen TV, and pool area with a barbecue, hammocks, and chaise lounges. With sky showers, this rental is all about indoor/outdoor living.
For larger groups, we have The White House, with three separate units and a total of seven bedrooms. It’s been featured in Conde Nast and architectural magazines. It’s a style you simply have to see. It’s private yet close to restaurants, shops, nightlife, and surf.
Located on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, the Nicoya Peninsula encompasses some of the country’s most breathtaking natural landmarks and national parks. The peninsula itself begins in the arid southern region of Guanacaste, and extends almost 90 miles south to Puntarenas, and is separated from the Costa Rican mainland by the Gulf of Nicoya. As such, the Nicoya Peninsula offers some of the most diverse terrain and climates in the country.
Things to Do in Santa Teresa
The Nicoya Peninsula is famous around the world for its stunning beaches. Although numerous luxury resorts are nestled just moments from the pristine white sands of the peninsula, there are several vacation rental complexes in the region. The waters off the coast are warm year-round, making the region the ideal destination for watersports enthusiasts. In addition, the Gulf of Nicoya itself is one of Costa Rica’s premier sportfishing destinations, as this body of water is home to exotic and challenging fish including yellowfin tuna and marlin.
However, while countless visitors flock to the Nicoya Peninsula to enjoy its white sands and azure waters, the scenery inland is certainly no less impressive. The peninsula is renowned as the home of Cabo Blanco National Park, the first of the country’s wildlife refuges to receive official recognition from the Costa Rican government in 1963. Nestled at the southern tip of the peninsula, Cabo Blanco remains one of the nation’s most beloved nature reserves, and offers commanding views of the Pacific Ocean from many of its hiking trails.
Visitors to the Nicoya Peninsula will also find a world of natural exploration awaiting them at Palo Verde National Park, located at the mouth of the Rio Tempisque. Palo Verde is widely considered to be one of the best birdwatching locations in the world, and boasts hundreds of native and migratory species of bird year round. This unique national park is also home to one of the last remaining deciduous dry forests in the Neotropics, making it a site of crucial significance for conservationists and wildlife protection groups.