13 hectare finca in the mountains on the Nicoya Peninsula. About 30 minutes to the small town of Carmona, 40 minutes to Jicaral and about 35 minutes to playa Coyote. Good access in a year, 2 great annual sources, slightly hilly terrain adjacent to the large River Rio Arias, who throughout the year will always be water, good for kayaking, a Tilapia, and livestock on the farm. Ideal for horse rides up into the mountains, or to the beach, great horse paths. Current in about 600 m away.
The farm offers a fantastic location just minutes away from the village of Carmona. Carmona is connected by the bridge "La Amistad" with the mainland and therefore more fairly quickly, reached in 3 hours via the new highway from San Jose. Carmona also daily buses connect with San Jose. This small town offers everything for the daily needs and is very straightforward, offering supermarkets, hardware stores, accommodation, bar, s, restaurants, Boutics, public bank, doctors, pharmacies, police station and much more. The nearest major hospitals and universities can be found in the town of Nicoya.
Many beaches such as Samara, Coyote, Bejujo, San Miguel, Punta Islita, etc. can be errreichen relatively quickly. Samara has one of the most beautiful and finest sand beach in Costa Rica. Samara is characteristic of his beautiful reef that protects the bay and the beach in front of the currents and divers to explore its diversity and the tropical coral landscape invites. The beach is very safe and suitable for leisure seekers of all ages, as well as for families with children.
Guanacaste, the northwestern province of Costa Rica. The province covers an area of 10,141 km ² and has a population of 264 238 (2000). The provincial capital is Liberia. Guanacaste is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean. The northern border is the border with Nicaragua. Eastern neighboring province of Alajuela, Puntarenas southeast.
Because of the relatively dry climate of Guanacaste is the center of Costa Rican livestock. The Golfo de Papagayo on the Pacific coast's main development area of tourism. This increasingly large hotels are mainly for North American package tourists.
Simultaneously, a broad stripe, World Heritage Protected by the western tip of the Cape Santa Helena to the active volcanic peaks of Orosi and desRincón de la Vieja, since under the Area de Conservación Guanacaste name 1999 as the UNESCO. The area consists mainly of the three national parks in the province: