Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica
Your private Costa Rican vacation home is located at the Peninsula Papagoya 5-star residential resort. This spacious 3-bedroom and 3-bathroom home is perfect for members looking to relax with friends and family in a beautiful natural escape. The property has top-of-the-line refined finishes—bamboo hardwood, Coralina stone, marble, granite—and high-end features, including two infinity pools that make it feel as if you could swim right out into the ocean.
The property is nestled amongst a nearly untouched natural environment at the ocean’s edge. With large areas designed to relax and entertain, you and your family can escape to a beautiful paradise, with all the comforts of home.
Look out over the surrounding tropics and ocean from the large terrace or through expansive windows. Open up the large sliding doors to experience the beauty of the natural surrounding from the comfort of the home. Or, run down to your own personal, secluded beach at the edge of 11 miles of coastline and spectacular forests full of stunning plant life.
Palmer Signature Course
The property overlooks Penisula Papagoya’s Arnold Palmer Signature Course. An unparalleled 18-hole eco-golf experience built in the middle of an ancient growth forest with incredible ocean views. Rated one of the Top 100 courses outside the United States by Golf Digest.
The property is located near two national parks. Hike through these untouched natural environments and enjoy spotting the animals and plant life.
Peninsula Papagoya is home to several marinas, including Costa Rica’s first and finest luxury marina, the Marina Papagayo. Visit the marina bars to meet seafarers and yachtsmen from around the world or rent a fully-crewed boat to fish and spot marine-life.
Deep Sea Diving
Dive beneath the ocean and explore another world. Papgayo Peninsula is home to some of the best diving sites in the world with impressive ship wrecks and incredible marine life.
Rincon De La Vieja National Park
This 34,800-acre national park features nearly pristine tropical forests and intriguing geological formations and volcanic structures.