Bahia Turquesa, a resort bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west and Caribbean to the east, has become Costa Rica’s leader in ecotourism with around one-quarter of the land reserved as protected habitats featuring for some of the widest biological diversities in the world.
Scottsdale, Arizona – Bahia Turquesa is central to many attractions in Playas del Coco, Costa Rica, a quaint village with the affability of a small fishing town with a host of modern amenities, a stunning beach and vibrant shopping and night life.
Bahia Turquesa Residences offer visitors a wide range of accommodation options.
Bahia Turquesa Residences differs from most resorts; rather consisting of one large hotel, the complex is made up of a series of individual condominiums grouped around “Las Palmas,” a small and traditional Costa Rican village.
Bahia Turquesa accommodation options range from hill-side Mediterranean style suites with outstanding ocean and sunset views to traditional Costa Rican villas overlooking the village. All units include full kitchen and laundry facilities, veranda or balcony, cable TV and private access to the swimming complex with seven pools, spas and Jacuzzis and have a 24 hour security service.
Bahia Turquesa Residences visitors can select from four restaurants on-site with a range of wining and dining options, plus Café de Playa, the resort beach club with restaurant and bar for a delicious lunch or dinner.
From Playas del Coco, regular tours take in all of the diversity for which Costa Rica is famous. The Guachipelin ecotourism lodge with canopy walks across the roofs of rain forests and other attractions for adventure and nature lovers exist all over the region. Several active volcanoes and hot springs, a Palo Verde River boat tripthrough swamps, saltwater and freshwater lagoons, and mangrove sand marshes are just a few. Or perhaps take a day trip across Lake Nicaragua to Colonial Granada, Central America’s oldest European-founded city. Here, visitors will find museums, galleries and architecture embracing rich sixteen-century colonial Spanish heritage.
Bahia Turquesa Residences are also ideally located for a host of other activities. Championship standard golf courses, theatres, sailing and catamaran tours along the Pacific spectacular coastline are popular, as are deep sea fishing trips, world-class surfing, horse riding, hiking and cycling tours through local villages and sugar and coffee plantations.
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Bahia Turquesa Residences can be contacted at:
Centro El Pueblito | Playa del Coco | Costa Rica
Phone: (506) 2670 0635 – 2670 0357
Email: info@ bahiaturquesaresidences.com