Stay at Portasol
Spend two nights and three days in pure Costa Rica rainforest. Get the Bungalow Special Offer.
Rent a vacation house immersed in the tropical rainforest of the Costa Rica Central Pacific region, starting from $200 per night.
Living in Portasol
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Portasol is strategically located close to top tourist attractions on the Costa Rica Central Pacific Coast, yet is secluded, peaceful and private.
The Central Pacific region, where Portasol is located, includes a chain of villages parallel to the coast. Quepos and Dominical are considered to be important tourist centers, offering a wide variety of services and attractions.
Pasito, El Silencio, Portalón, Matapalo, Hatillo, Barú and Dominicalito are colorful towns, fishing villages and agricultural plantations. Portalón and Matapalo, dedicated mainly to agriculture, livestock and fishing, are the closest to Portasol.
Services and Activities
In Manuel Antonio, Quepos, Dominical, Uvita and Matapalo, there are supermarkets, fruit and vegetable markets, liquor stores, handicrafts and souvenir shops. Specialized shops for beach articles and accessories are easily found. There are also many stores offering sports equipment, needed for mountain biking, fishing, surfing, kayaking and scuba diving, just to name a few. Portasol Wilderness Spa is very well known for its concept of physical therapy and relaxation treatments, services that are very appreciated in the area. Quepos offers plenty of services such as a local airport, hospital, pharmacies, banks, supermarkets, hardware stores and a wide range of hotels and restaurants with cuisines representing some of the most diverse gastronomical regions of the world.
The increasing economic development around the Portasol area has attracted a large number of people from diverse nationalities. Due to this, the variety and quality of restaurants is surprising. Visitors can find a world of flavors, textures and aromas from Mexican to French food, without leaving behind Costa Rican, Thai, Argentinean, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese. Furthermore, there is an ample range of vegetarian food, fast food, ice cream parlous, cafes and bars for the most demanding tastes