Sunset and after-sunset are popular evening times for travelers to Santa Teresa, Playa Hermosa, and MalPais, Costa Rica.
For sunset, hang out at the consistently laid-back Playa Carmen Pizzeria, or walk ten minutes up the coast to Banana Beach and enjoy two-for-one drinks, lounge seating, and an excellent food menu.
After sunset, there are a handful of bars and clubs that feature local DJ’s. La Lora Amarilla gets going around 11 p.m., and Rancho Itaunu has a regular Full Moon Party with dancing and music on the beach. There are Reggae Nights at other clubs, and several restaurants in town offer live entertainment. You can also retire early, and enjoy the peace and quiet right here at the hotel.
Culture and Cuisine.
Santa Teresa, Costa Rica, attracts high-quality chefs from all over the world.
Within walking distance of the hotel are delicious food choices from Argentina, Asia, the U.S., Mexico, Italy, France, and the Middle East.
You might also sample the oh-so-healthy Costa Rican food: rice, beans, plantains, salad, and meat or fish.
There is everything here from high-end, fine dining to economical, cafeteria-style food eaten at picnic tables.
No matter where you eat, you’ll hear a variety of languages and meet people from various cultures and backgrounds