This beach is much about surfing. About 2 km long, at low tide there is approx 250m of beach and 30m at high tide. There is plenty of room so you never feel crowded. Up and down the beach road are a few dozen restaurants (and dozens more 50m off the beach, offering everything you need for a day in... 更多
This is the 3rd time I have been to Tamarindo and I have to say I really feel at home here. It caters to tourists and it can be quite crowded but the people are friendly and the food is amazing. I went with my 17 year old son because I knew he would appreciate the night life and laid... 更多
We went to Tamarindo as part of our celebration of our 10th anniversary and the place is very nice. The beach is nice and awesome for surfers as I saw many surfers in the sea and a lot of surf's shops. The bad, I saw some garbage in the beach and it is a bit crowded so you are not... 更多
Long clear beach. No beds plotted out just a few on the inshore edge by the hotels and a couple of bars. Lots of shady bars to choose. Nice wind so keeps you cool, good for beginner surfers and loads of schools willing to teach you. Not really a swimming beach for young kids due to the waves. You can... 更多
Spent 9 days in Tamarindo and 8 days at the beach. Depending on what part you are on, the vendors are relentless. Many selling the same things steps behind each other. They were allowed to wander off the beach into the restaurants peddling their wares which we found annoying. Had an incident with a lost iPhone that really tainted our... 更多
The locals call it Tamagringo because there are so many tourists who stay in Tamarindo. Very safe, clean town with a lot to offer in shops, restaurants, and tour services. The beach is wonderful and Tamarindo always shows off with a great sunset. Great place to learn to surf!
great place to learn to surf, Eric the instructor at Salty Sol surf school in the best western hotel is great for newbies. over all the town has a great vibe and is a great place to visit