- Bedroom 11 King
- Bedroom 21 King
- Bedroom 31 Queen
- Bedroom 42 Bunk Beds
This 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom villa comfortably accommodates 1 or 2 families or a group of friends in a unique, private and safe location. It takes a couple of minutes to walk down to the beach through the private beach access. On the beach, you are minutes away from the best surf spot for kids in town and also some great beach clubs and restaurants. The town is a short 5-minute drive from Villa Metisse.
Villa Metisse features two master bedrooms with a king-size bed in each, one guest bedroom with a queen-size bed and swimming pool/garden views and one kids' bedroom with four twin size beds.
The spacious living areas can be opened completely towards the swimming pool. The inside living area includes one big fully equipped kitchen with bar seating at the island. The dining area includes a long dining table that will comfortably seat 10 people.
Staying in Villa Metisse is a luxury experience and to make sure you have an unforgettable stay, we provide daily housekeeping. Our Property Manager, Francisco Bustos, will be available to address any issues that may arise during your stay.
This Guanacaste beach town lies at the heart of Costa Rica’s Gold Coast Beaches. Famous for its unparalleled surf, Tamarindo has grown into a miniature metropolis—a thriving and culturally diverse community known for year-round warm weather and constant adventure and outdoor activities.
Tamarindo attracts thousands of visitors each year—a former fishing community transformed into a vibrant playground for surfers, beachgoers, nature lovers and adrenaline junkies. This Pacific town is the ideal combination of city meets nature—catering to anyone who craves an authentic Costa Rican jungle and beach experience, with the comfort of knowing modern amenities can be found just around the corner.
Over the years, Tamarindo has become an inviting destination filled with shops, restaurants and nightlife. It’s no surprise that an abundance of wellness, nature, beauty and organic living has dubbed the Tamarindo area a Blue Zone—where life expectancy is among the highest in the world.
Also known as Picos. Pico Pequeño (Little Peak) is a powerful and crumbly, at times sloppy short beach/reef break that goes right and left. It breaks towards the shore after an initial peak on the outside reef break named Pico Grande. The wave may be small, however, it's an unassuming wave that packs a little punch, offering something for every level of surfing. Longboards, fishboards, and funboards are good here. Consistency is year-round with the best conditions between July and August.