The beach, which is called one of the most beautiful in Costa Rica, is nice, but the sand is very dark and so it feels a little muddy, but with all the palm trees and little islands and lovely promontories, it does look nice. There are plenty of vendors and restaurants along the beach front road, so you can shop and eat. There’s a play place for kids with big blow-up slides and pools. You will get approached, quite often, to rent beach chairs and to buy SnoKones, etc., so if you want to be left alone, you’ll need to try a different beach, like the one inside the national park. The beach at the end of your nature hike is very pretty and has no vendors and the water is much calmer.
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