Close to both Playa Flamingo and Playa Conchal, Brasilito is a quiet and visually stunning location on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. The soft darker sand makes a W shape and looks out at an island. This small town is a fishing village that offers local dining, shops and friendly neighbors. It has a rustic Tico beach vibe. The area is home to fishing, catamaran cruises, scuba diving and some of the best sunsets in Guanacaste. Brasilito offers plenty of secluded sand to explore and a variety of tropical flora at every turn. Close to conveniences but still somewhat remote, Brasilito is the ideal home for those who want the best of both worlds.
Playa Brasilito real estate consists of homes down gravel roads and a paved gated community called Catalina Cove. This community is popular with expats and offers larger 1+ acre lots. Catalina Cove is a short walk to the beach and to some wonderful coffee shops, stores, and restaurants. The expat community in Playa Brasilito, Costa Rica, is a welcoming group that adds an enriching dimension to the coastal town's cultural fabric. Comprising a mix of individuals from around the world, this community has found a haven in Playa Brasilito's serene environment, fostering a sense of camaraderie and cross-cultural exchange.
CRIA school is located in Brasilito, which is one of the top private schools in the area. CRIA is known for its excellence, high standards, and college preparatory program. It is a US and MEP Accredited School and schools children from age 3 to 18.
Retirees, families and digital nomads can be found in the Playa Brasilito mix and help drive a rich local food and cocktail scene that caters to every palate. Patagonia del Mar and Deli Cafe are two restaurants where expats love to go. Expats in Playa Brasilito not only create a supportive network among themselves but also contribute positively to the town's development and harmonious atmosphere.