The Top 5 Beaches On The Osa Peninsula
The Osa Peninsula is home to some of the most pristine and untouched beaches in the world, which you’ll often have all to yourself – paradise found!
Drake Beach, Drake Bay
Drake Beach has crystal clear waters and is the perfect spot for swimming, stand up paddle boarding and kayaking, all with the beautiful backdrop of Cano Island.
San Josecito Beach, San Pedrillo
A lovely horseshoe shaped bay this beach offers safe swimming and great snorkelling with beautiful views of the Corcovado National Park, which can be accessed nearby.
Llorona Beach, Corcovado National Park
Surrounded by the untouched nature of the national park and accessed only by hiking in, this beach is stunning with a river cascading down into the ocean.
Platanares Beach, Puerto Jimenez
A wonderful beach for swimming and kayaking encircled by nature and easily accessed from Puerto Jimenez.
Blanca Beach, La Palma
This beach is one of the more popular and with good reason, a beautiful white sand beach with good facilities.