Town of Portalon
The picturesque village of Portalon sits on the breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. The true nature lovers will enjoy the vegetation that reaches heights of 500 to 1,300 feet, giving way to sea breezes. Wildlife abounds in Portalon, and because of the rich biodiversity of the hills, many of the bird species have their home here. Its privileged location near the ocean also allows visitors to access Portalon quickly through several of the cities of Costa Rica with the most stunning beaches.
Portalon, Quepos, Costa Rica
In a short distance, visitors to Portalon can quickly reach Quepos. This city is often full of quaint restaurants, bars, hotels, bakeries, art galleries and gift shops, so a day trip here is ideal for any traveler. Of course you can not miss the impressive impressive Manuel Antonio National Park, right next to Quepos. Are you planning to come here in February? The Festival del Mar is a dynamic event that takes place along the streets of Puerto Quepos, where families, backpackers, locals and all enjoy the colorful landscape.
Quepos is known as one of the best places in Costa Rica to go sport fishing. One of the new attractions Portalon is the nearby Marina Pez Vela in Quepos. In just 20 minutes, visitors to Portalon will have full access to the 100 floating concrete moorings that accommodate ships ranging from 35 to 200 feet, as well as plenty of water services. This five star marina is one of the largest in the country, and is an ideal place to start a boating adventure to catch marlin, sailfish, wahoo and snapper, among others.
Prefer to spend the afternoon by the beach? Portalon is just minutes away from the stunning Dominical Beach. A destination for travelers and Ticos, the water temperature averages at Playa Dominical is 70 to 80 degrees F, making it ideal for water sports. It is also a perfect place for local surfers.