Our new location is located 50 meters from a quiet beach with surf spots in both directions. The house has four fully equipped bedrooms and four bathrooms. High ceilings with big windows make this house light and bright, with good cross ventilation. The second floor features a big terrace- perfect to practice yoga, chill with a book, or enjoy the monkeys that pass by. Two big yards with tropical landscaping and a swimming pool lead to an ocean view through the trees and private access to the beach.
RST Casa Playa Negra Features:
- 3,000 sq ft
- 12-ft ceilings
- Four spacious bedrooms
- Four private bathrooms
- Two large living areas
- Satellite TV
- Big deck off master
- Large dining area outside
- Air Conditioning & ceiling fans in every room
- Swimming Pool and Private patio
- Work area & Wi-Fi internet
This Location Includes:
- Steps from the beach
- 2 meals per day, private chef
- Fully guided surf transportation daily in 4×4 vehicles
- All experience levels
- Gated beach community, 24×7 security
The community surrounding the casa at Playa Negra de Los Pargos is like going back in a time machine. You get to experience life as it was before any real outside development or influence. The tropical dry forest lands surrounding the house are still virgin & undisturbed. It is customary to see real cowboys, wild horses, cattle traffic jams, wild bull fights, wild monkeys, thousand of species of birds & more. These natural, wild and cultural experiences will make your stay with us unique and will remain with you long after you’ve returned home.
The Beach and Surf
Playa Negra is an old coral volcanic reef break that is a perfect reeling right into a channel. All around Playa Negra are amazing spots and many are still rarely surfed if at all.
The main break at Negra was first made famous when it was featured in the surfing movie, The Endless Summer II. Experience this small laid back surf community that hosts a tropical blue, right hand reef break and sand bottom beach break right beside each other. It is one of Costa Rica’s most consistent waves, it breaks on all tides and works best on southwest swells, which are the most common in this region of the Pacific Ocean.
At low tide a slamming barrel forms over a shallow reef leading to a ramp section. The paddle out (rock dance) at this tide looks frightening but is basic. At a higher tide the break is much more forgiving and even intermediate surfers can enjoy these amazing waves. (Check out our surf photos!)