Relaxation, Adventure or Fine Dining, Nosara Costa Rica has it all. Health, wellness, surfing and world class beaches are waiting for you.
Beach Management in Costa Rica rents and manages the best selection of elite, luxury vacation homes on the Pacific Coast. Beach Management works in a variety of ways to deliver classy guest services and professional property management. Whether you’re a guest, owner, or buyer; Beach Management is ready to assist you.
From in house chefs to arranging private tours with Costa Rica’s best, Beach Management Nosara will bring your dreams to life.
Keep your house secure, keep your outdoor areas beautiful, provide world class rental services and earn income with no fuss.
Beach Management Nosara hand picks each of the Villa’s that they manage. The Villas are luxurious and are tastefully appointed to match the grandeur of their views and feature world-class fittings and conveniences.
Each Property carries it’s own distinct character and stylings, while all maintain their own level of to the beauty.
Whether you are looking for rustic and authentic, or modern and fresh, Beach Management Nosara has all that Costa Rica has to offer, creating the epitome of a dream vacation.
Imagine a small, beautiful beach town surrounded by jungle and wildlife with a peaceful multicultural community and many of the comforts of home. That place, named by National Geographic as one of the top surf towns in the entire world, exists. It is called Nosara.
Beach Management Nosara is uncompromisingly luxurious. Each Villa is the epitome of elegance, featuring ultra-modern design, luxurious fittings and conveniences, and world-class hospitality.
A preview of some of our most popular properties
4 Villas available, perfect for large groups and retreats.
10 person villa with an amazing open concept and infinity pool.
Balinese feel with the perfect layout for hosting events and gatherings.
A secluded beach-side property with large pool and natural jungle surroundings.
Whether you are the type of person who likes to plan every moment of your vacation or just relax and take it as it comes, Nosara has something for everyone. For the Yogi in you, there’s the world-renowned Nosara Yoga Institute. Since 1994, devotees have flocked here to become more attuned to the practice, whether seeking education on instruction or partaking in public classes, the Institute is widely sought after as a year-round destination.
Once you’ve re-centered yourself, you may be ready for some adventure! Consider all that a Coastal community like Nosara’s has to offer: deep sea and sport fishing, stand up paddling, kayaking in the nearby river, snorkeling and last but not least, surfing.
If you’re more of a landlubber, you can walk on the beach (choose between black or pink sand if you like), take an eco-tour, go horseback riding in the mountains, enjoy a zip line or canopy tour, or visit the village of Nosara – just three miles from the coast – where you will find small hotels, shops and incredible restaurants.
For years, watersport enthusiasts have flocked to the Guanacaste region – specifically Playa Guiones on the Nicoya Peninsula – for what is considered to be some of the best surfing conditions in the world. Backed by lush tropical jungles and protected by the Ostional Wildlife Refuge, the area boasts more than 350 surfable days a year, with 90% of them offering waist- to head-high waves. Few places offer surfers that kind of consistency, almost guaranteeing your chances of ideal conditions regardless of your length of stay and your surfing ability.
When in Nosara, don’t be surprised if your day begins with a sound you’ve never experienced . . . it’s not the alarm clock. It’s the call of the Mantled Howler Monkey, one of five Howler species found in Central America and very common to Nosara because of the abundance of trees and easy access to their natural diet.
Unlike most coastal tourist towns, Nosara lacks nearly any development directly on the beach as much of it consists of the Ostional Wildlife Refuge, which is necessary due to the presence of breeding Olive Ridley and Leatherback sea turtle populations, another local resident you may encounter during your visit, so keep an eye out. Literally hundreds of thousands of sea turtles flock here annually to lay their eggs.