Sometimes you even need a getaway from the luxurious lifestyle of Orange County and the newest resort in Costa Rica Golfito Marina Village is an ideal tropical oasis lush with natural surroundings and unmatched amenities. Located on the Pacific Coast and near some of the country’s most exotic and beloved attractions, Golfito Marina Village in South Puntarenas boasts the laid back lifestyle known as “Pura Vida,” or living purely, that travelers from all over expect from the locale.
The marina is home to world-class amenities, most notably its exquisite yacht facilities. The resort property’s location near some of the most desirable sport fishing waters in the country has made it a prime location for boating. The Golfito Marina Village and Resort has yacht slips, superyacht berths and private superyacht berths for those living the ultimate in luxury.
The private superyacht berths are exclusive and guarded, designed to the highest international and Blue Marina standards, which can accommodate yachts up to 350 feet long, although special arrangements can be made for larger vessels. And for the largest of private yachts, the 1,000-foot-deep water accommodates the largest and most private of vessels.
Golfito Natural Surroundings and Recreation
Beyond the world-class fishing along the Pacific waters, there are plenty of activities within just a few miles. Costa Rica is home the most bio-diverse landscapes with an incredible array of wildlife and species to see at the 26 national parks and protected lands. Costa Rica as a whole spans 12 distinct ecological zones.
Corcovado National Park is just 30 miles from Golfito and has been deemed the most biologically intense place on earth by National Geographic Society, home to 104 mammal species, 367 birds, 117 amphibian and reptiles and 40 species of fresh water fish. This is one of the most popular destinations in the entire country and is home to a large population of the stunning Scarlet Macaws. One reason why this park is so beloved is because it boasts 13 major ecosystems, including mangroves, primary lowland rainforests, montane forests and beaches.
If Costa Rica is known for something other than its national parks, it is known for its pristine and untouched beaches. A favorite for surfers, as its considered to have the longest continuous wave in the world, is Pavones just about an 8-mile boat ride from Golfito Marina Village. Another wonderful spot to visit is Drake Bay where visitors can go snorkeling, bird watching, hiking, scuba diving, kayaking or hiking. From here you can take a short boat ride to Cano Island, an ancient Indian burial ground and home to the mysterious pre-Columbian rock spheres. This historical locale is stunning and home to a number of migratory birds during the winter time.
Find yourself an oasis from which you can explore the world. If you’re interested in learning more about luxury properties in Orange County, contact us today. Our experienced team of expert real estate agents would love to show you around this beautiful community.
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