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Rent a vacation house immersed in the tropical rainforest of the Costa Rica Central Pacific region, starting from $200 per night.

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Living in Portasol

Our Real Estate Plan lets you choose a new life in Portasol Ocean View Community. See the properties.

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Surrounding Area

Portasol is strategically located close to top tourist attractions on the Costa Rica Central Pacific Coast, yet is secluded, peaceful and private.

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Local Economy


The economy of the two villages nearest to Portasol, Portalón and Matapalo, is mainly agricultural and fishing, with growing interest in tourist activities.

Besides Portasol Bungalows, in the area you will find small and medium size hotels, established and managed by residents that arrived from all over the globe. Inspired by their countries of origin, they offer a wide variety of architectural designs, atmosphere, international flavors and delicious cuisine.

Neighboring Portasol, rice fields can be found and large land areas are dedicated to grow teak and melina wood, two types of fast growing trees. Another important agricultural activity of the area is the seedling production for the African palm which provides the raw material for vegetable oil. The manufacture and process of the oil is also found in the area.

Several small villages are dedicated to fishing. The product is consumed locally and also exported.

Quepos is a name well known around the globe, making its economy very flourishing. This town and the surrounding regions are placed at the top of the list of the most visited places in the country.

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