Central Pacific Coast Travel Guide
Central Pacific Coast Attractions
Central Pacific Coast Beaches
Playa Hermosa - Jaco - A challenging beachbreak makes this a popular place for advanced surfers. It is also a virtual paradise for those seeking long, quiet days lazing on the long black-sand beach. Here life is as laid back as the surfers are.
Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio - Quepos.- While it is the smallest of Costa Rica's national parks, it holds the perfect combination of warm jade-green waves crashing onto the roots of a lush tropical forest. The four beaches share a calm surf, narrow shores and long white sand, which also makes it perfect for all swimmers.
Dominical - Here the beach runs along the whole west of this town, which is a long spread connecting the highway to the beach.Popular for all swimmers
Central Pacific Coast Restaurants and Bars
Central Pacific Coast Restaurants
Hard Chargers Cafe - Behind Cabinas las Olas
Jaco - A big gazebo with a dried palm-leaf roof opens onto a breezy porch graced with ocean views offering delicious American and tico breakfasts and Asian-inspired dinners. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Bar Restaurante Quepoa - across from bus station, Quepos.- Serves good, authentic food where locals gather daily from 8am - 1am.
Restaurante su Roza - next to abastecedor across from Cabinas san Clemente, Dominical. Locals enjoy the large portions of tipico and gringo cruisine with a four catergory menu of American, tropical, continental and tico. Open daily from 7am - 9pm
Central Pacific Coast Bars & Clubs
The Backyard Bar - Jaco - A bar and pool hall at night where the locals congregate as the sun sinks.Continous running surf videos and bikini-top girls gives this club the feel of being in Southern California.
El Borco club - Quepos. - Sports fans flock here to get coverage of every sports event in this laid-back bar.While the stereo thumps out jazz, reggae and country on the week nights, its the turn of the local bands over the weekends.
Roca verdei - Dominical - The bar opens onto the beach which makes it the perfect location for a salsa or merengue bash and the place where the disco scene comes alive on Saturday nights.
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