The Residencias de Tamarindo and Tamarindo Park developments are conveniently located just 45 minutes from Liberia International Airport and a short 800 meters from the beautiful white sands of Playa Tamarindo. Previously known as Paseo de Los Arboles, the community changed its name a few years ago, distinguishing itself from the Punta San Francisco community. The development is divided into two sections: Residencias de Tamarindo on the left and Tamarindo Park on the right. The area was once known for its zipline canopy tower, where tourists and locals embarked on a zipline adventure, crossing over the Playa Langosta natural estuary to enjoy stunning views of a peaceful farm and the Pacific Ocean. The zipline has since been relocated across the road but remains operational.
Residencias de Tamarindo and Tamarindo Park are ideal for those seeking a charming place to build their dream home or a vacation property. Strategically located in a peaceful and quiet neighborhood, the development is just 600 meters from the beach and a mere five-minute walk to downtown Tamarindo, known for its popular amenities and vibrant nightlife. It is also close to some of Guanacaste's most renowned beaches and surf spots, including Playa Langosta, Playa Avellanas, Playa Conchal, Playa Danta, and Playa Flamingo, offering a truly all-encompassing experience.
The projects aim to create a private gated community. Currently, the area is well-fenced and paved. The administration plans to introduce 24-hour security as construction progresses. Some of the over 70 segregated lots offer stunning ocean views, with the highest lots overlooking the bay of Playa Grande, Playa Tamarindo, and even down to Playa Avellanas.
This development is showing great potential and is poised to play a significant role in the Tamarindo community. All developer lots have already been purchased by residents and investors, and it's easy to envision it becoming a lovely private ocean-view neighborhood soon. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about Residencias de Tamarindo and Tamarindo Park.