Nestled amidst a natural tropical paradise, we invite you to come and enjoy the beautiful Guanacaste region of Costa Rica from our immaculate modern homes and villas in the exclusive Hacienda Pinilla resort community.


Playa Avellanas, Costa Rica is one of the best beaches in Guanacaste for surf, drinks and sunset. It’s only a 30 minute drive from Tamarindo so if you want to see other beaches, head to Avellanas (also called Playa Avellana).


Playa Langosta, a charming community south of Tamarindo, offers a peaceful atmosphere compared to Tamarindo’s lively vibe. With elegant condos, boutique hotels, and some resorts, it’s an upscale area perfect for a serene getaway. While similar to Tamarindo, staying in Langosta offers a quieter experience with its residential feel.

Playa Negra

Playa Negra is a beach in Costa Rica’s Guanacaste Province, located south of Tamarindo and north of Marbella. It’s situated near the town of Los Pargos, known for its excellent fishing. Known for its world-class waves and breaks, Playa Negra is a surfer’s paradise. This beach sits along the northwestern region of Guanacaste along the northern Pacific coast.


If you dream of a tropical paradise, Marbella fits the bill perfectly. With its relaxed vibe and sunny weather all year round, it’s becoming a favorite destination for travelers worldwide. Marbella is especially popular for surfing, thanks to Costa Rica’s Guanacaste province, known for its stunning beaches often referred to as the “Gold Coast.”


Tamarindo is perfect for surfing, fishing, diving, and sunbathing. From October to May, you can see nesting leatherback turtles on the beaches. There are plenty of beach houses, B&Bs, and luxury hotels along the sunny sands for accommodation. Plus, you’ll find excellent shopping and dining options to experience the authentic tastes of Costa Rica.

PlaYa Grande

Playa Grande beach stretches for miles with soft, pale sand, ideal for leisurely walks and enjoying the gentle ocean breeze. It’s part of Las Baulas National Park, so it’s crucial to be mindful of the delicate turtle eggs in the sand. The beach is closed from 6 pm to 6 am from October to March to protect the nesting sea turtles, except for guided tours arranged with park guides for turtle watching.