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The Ladera Del Mar life is one of the best life’s you can live in Costa Rica. Playas del Coco is the closest beach town to Liberia Airport (LIR), which services the Guanacaste area.  This place inhibits some of finest resorts Costa Rica has to offer such as Rui, Four Seasons, Secrets, Four Seasons, Planet Hollywood, Andez, and more. Not that far away is the world renowned town of Tamrindo and  international destination for luxurious yachts and adventure-seeking tourists, Marina Flamingo.

Just minutes away from Ladera Del Mar Playas del Coco has a main street where many great shops and fine dining restaurants are located. A 20-minute drive south of Liberia off the main highway, you can enjoy a half-day trip to some of the most spectacular waterfalls in Costa Rica. One of Guanacaste’s natural gems is this 34,000-acre national park and the active volcano of the same name. Located approximately one hour from Coco. Diamante Eco Adventure Park where you Ziplining on the only dual ocean-view zipline nearly a mile long, beach activities and snorkeling, and an immersive cultural experience where you learn how rural farmers producedsugar cane, coffee, and chocolate.



Located in the heart of Central America, Costa Rica has been one of the most politically and economically stable countries in Central America since its birth in the 19th century. The nation compares favorably to its regional neighbors in areas of human development, and it has used its landscapes of jungles, forests and coastlines to develop an international reputation for ecotourism.


Costa Rica is a great place to live for many reasons. It's popular with retirees, students, digital nomads and families looking for a beautiful, safe and peaceful place to live. The Central American country is home to a large and inviting expat community, making it easy to meet new friends and make connections.


Costa Rica has tropical beaches, rainforests, mountains, volcanoes, cloud forests, and a myriad of national parks, you won't get bored living in Costa Rica. It's an adventure paradise. And for the more sedentary, Costa Rica is also a great place to move to, you don’t need to be physically active to have adventure.

    In the 2020 Global Peace Index, Costa Rica is ranked 32 out of 163 countries when it comes to overall peace. This is an increase of two positions from 2019. In Central America and The Caribbean overall, Costa Rica is ranked the number one most peaceful country in the region out of 12.
    The healthcare system in Costa Rica is frequently cited as one of the best in the world. The country is ranked 36th in the world by the World Health Organization, above the United States, Cuba, and New Zealand. Meanwhile, the United Nations places healthcare in Costa Rica within the top 20 in the world.
    Costa Rica's literacy rate is 96%. Since 1869, public education in Costa Rica is free and mandatory. The educational system is ranked 32nd in the world, the highest in Latin America, according to the World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report 2008-2009. Costa Rica has some of the best schools and higher education institutions in Latin America. Expats who are moving here with children, or plan to start a family, will be happy with the level of schooling students receive starting from an early age.
    Costa Rica is beautifully warm all year, with an average annual temperature of 80°-90°F / 27 - 32 celsius on the coasts and 75°-80°F / 24 - 27 celsius in the countryside and on the mountainsides. The most stable weather is between December and April. These months have little to no rain in most of the country. Other months typically have rain at some point of the day which has the benefit of vibrant, lively green throughout the natural views.
    Costa Rica consistently ranks as one of the best places in the world to retire.   International Living  and  Conde Nast Traveler  both currently list Costa Rica as the second best foreign country in the world for retirement living.  What do those organizations and the thousands of North Americans who move there every year know?  That Costa Rica’s blend of tropical climate and natural beauty, excellent medical care, developed infrastructure, attainable residency requirements, and lower cost of living provides the leisurely lifestyle that so many retirees seek.   A stable, democratic government and friendly locals that welcome expat residents to their country ensure a peaceful retirement in Costa Rica.




Costa Rica is famous for beautiful beaches. With coastlines on the Pacific and Caribbean, it’s home to some of the best playas (“beaches”) in the world.

Costa Rica’s coast is blessed with golden sand shaded by palm trees — and powdery white sand surrounded by offshore corals. The beaches near Ladera Del Mar glow are some of the best you will ever experience. The sunsets are amazing and with fiery sunsets.  It turns out that waves from the ocean generate negative ions in the air, which are associated with an increase in mental energy, among other benefits.

  • Playas Del Coco 8 min 4.6 km / 2.85 mi

  • Playas Harmosa 8 min 5.5 km / 3.4 mi

  • Playa Buena 12 min 8.5 km / 5.2 mi

  • Ocotal Beach 14 min 7.7 km / 4.7 mi

  • Playa Bonita 14 min 9.2 km / 5.7 mi

  • Playa Panama 15 min 10.3 km / 6.4 mi

  • Matapalo Beach 25 min 16.4  / 10.1 mi

  • Playa Penca 38 min 21 km / 13 mi

  • Playa Potrero 40 22.1 / 13 mi

  • Playa Grande 1 hr 42 km / 26 mi

  • Playa Conchal 1 hr 42 km / 26 mi

  • Playa Tamarindo 1 hr 22 min 67 km / 42 mi

  • and more…

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