Nestled along the jungle fringed coast with a backdrop of mountains, Cabuya is a small fishing community on the tip of the Nicoya peninsula. It is an ideal place to wind down and settle into the local pace of life. Stroll along the hibiscus lined lanes, watch the fishermen bring in their catch, beach comb along the deserted beaches, explore the nearby coves and rivers or simply relax in a hammock and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds you.
From sandy to rocky, palm fringed to sun drenched, there is a beach for everyone here. Ranging from warm shallows to exciting waves everyone is sure to find a beach to love.
Our Natural Wonders
Shroud yourself in the largest strangler fig tree in Costa Rica. Hike up the river Lajas to see the waterfalls. Spend the day marveling at the sights and sounds of Cabo Blanco, Costa Rica's first National park.
An unspoilt village with frills! Spot monkeys and parrots on your way for sushi. Enjoy the hibiscus and butterfiles as you surf the net at the local Internet cafe.
An ecclectic mix of expats and locals consisting of artists, fisherman, farmers, business people, students, conservationists, crafts people and more. Come and get to know us!
Kids love the beach
A fantastic beach for kids to explore and swim. The shallow water is warm and safe.
Look up into the trees and get to know the local Cappuccin and Howler monkeys.
Smell the Flowers
Colors and fragrances abound in the seasonal varieties of local flora growing wild everywhere.