The little town of Tarcoles lies in the North Puntarenas area of Costa Rica. Seated parallel to the ocean, the town has a modest string of houses set alongside a series of modest roads. Presenting quite a humble picture, this quiet little town and its surrounding area is mainly visited by bird watchers and hikers. The Rio Tarcoles mudflats lie just beyond the village, offering birding opportunities, hiking trails and one of the tallest waterfalls in the country.
The dramatic fall of Catarata Manantial de Auga Viva is located close at hand. At 200m high, it stands as the tallest waterfalls of the country. From this point on there is a steep climb down to the valley. Mid way you will find plenty of rest point in the shape of viewpoints and beaches. The landscape is draped in serene beauty and you might even come across an occasional scarlet macaw or the beautiful but the oh-so-deadly poison dart frog. Rainy season tends to find the falls a bit fuller and mighty.
Its proximity with the rainforest has made it a wonderful retreat. Tarcoles also has a couple of hotels and luxury resorts build in the Spanish colonial design. Located just 15-20 minute drive away from the beaches of Punta Leona, Herradura, Jaco, Hermosa and more. Enjoy the peace of this area and the proximity to the action of Jaco and the Beauty of Hermosa Beach.
This big piece of land is 21 125 square meter property with a modest home with swimming pool included.