Manuel Antonio and the Central Pacific Coast Travel Guide

Manuel Antonio and the Central Pacific Coast Sights

Playa Biesanz

  • Near Hotel Parador Map It
  • Manuel Antonio
  • Beach–Sight

Published 06/18/2015

Fodor's Review

For a less turbulent swim and smaller crowds than at other Manuel Antonio beaches, head to this quiet beach within a sheltered cove. There are a few tide pools near a cluster of rocks and, during low tide, you can see fragments of turtle traps dating back to AD 900, when the area was inhabited by Quepoa Indians. You can rent snorkeling gear for $10 and kayaks for $30. Prepare to pay $1–$2 to the unofficial parking attendant who monitors cars on the road. Bring your own food, drinks, and bug spray since there are no amenities and a few mosquitoes on the jungle trail. You're likely to see monkeys and butterflies on the trail connecting the road to the sand. Amenities: none Best for: snorkeling; solitude.

Sight Information

Address:

Near Hotel Parador, Manuel Antonio, Puntarenas, 60601, Costa Rica

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Published 06/18/2015

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