Marbella was once a sleepy fishing village located in the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. It is rapidly growing in to a popular tourist location but is still a very chill place to spend the day or a week. Located only 100 km from Liberia and 50 km from Tamarindo between Playa Manzanillo and Playa Ostional. Playa Marbella is walking distance from the town with gorgeous fine sand and blue waters this is the main attraction of the area.
The town is very small with only one public school, a soccer field, a church and just two hotels. The surrounding area is spectacular with rolling hills and Pacific Ocean scenery. The climate in the Guanacaste province can be dry and hot during the summer months between November and April but the rain brings about lavish greenery.
The area is great for surfing in fact this is the place where the more experienced surfers come when the waves are big so be careful out there. The offshore winds make a consistent surf break year round and in the rainy season the big swells come in making this a very popular place for the professional surfers to come play.
Whale watching can be enjoyed from the shores at various times of the year and the wildlife that awaits in the jungle is wildly diverse. The flora and fauna in the area is beautiful especially after the rainy season in November.