The beach in front of the town is just average. It struck me as dirty and the water is not very clear. It is not far to a much prettier beach, either Conchal to the south or north to Playa Flamingo.
Stopped by Brasilito and Conchal to do some horse back riding. Our tour guides name was Jose Matagalpa. He didn't speak English but luckily we know Spanish. He gave us a discount on a two hour tour from Brasilito to Conchal and back. We stopped at a restaurant mid point and had a few beers and soft drinks. We even... 更多
Brasilito is a great little town just next to Playa Conchal. It has a nice beach, plenty of shops and unique restaurants. It is well worth the time to investigate during your stay
My husband and I drove through Playa Brasilito to get to Playa Conchal. Though we did not go into the water, I can say that the beach was very quiet, with some nice dining options. It looked clean and was really quite lovely. We will re-visit with our children some day.
We took the Beach Shuttle from Tamarindo to Playa Brasilito so we could walk to Playa Conchal. Both funky! Less crowded than Tamarindo, drinks and snacks available. At Conchal, know when it is high tide - the beach disappears and you can't use your paid-for umbrella and chairs.
This is truly a typical Tico fishing village beach. No beach front bars, no beach chairs, no shade. We were looking for authentic and non-touristy and this is certainly both of those, but a bit too off-the-grid for us. We walked to nearby Conchal Beach and had a much nicer experience: beautiful beach, shade, tents/chairs for rent, and the best... 更多
If you're in the area during the rodeo you must attend! Probably the most fun I had on that vacation. Local food, music and of course beer. Some of the people, maybe too much beer! Not like an American Rodeo. Tons of people jump in with the bulls. It didn't end well for everyone. One guy thought he could out... 更多