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The Osa Peninsula and the South Pacific Sights

Playa Dominical

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Updated 04/24/2014

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Long, flat, and rarely crowded, Playa Dominical is good for beachcombing among all the flotsam and jetsam that the surf washes up onto the brown sand. There's shade and parking under palm trees along the dirt road that parallels the beach. Although it lost its Blue Flag status, the water is relatively clean and local businesses make sure things look tidy. Photo opportunities abound here, with buff surfers riding the waves and vendors' clotheslines of colorful sarongs flapping

in the sea breeze. Tortilla Flats restaurant is practically on the beach. Huge waves and dangerous rip currents make it primarily a surfing beach. In high season, flags mark off a relatively safe area for swimming, under the watchful gaze of a professional lifeguard. Amenities: food and drink; lifeguards; parking. Best for: surfing; walking.

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Dominical, Costa Rica

Updated 04/24/2014

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