Transfer to La Cruz in Guanacaste

Airport Transfer to La Cruz in Guanacaste

About la Cruz Guanacaste

La Cruz is an important part of the province of Guanacaste. It is a beautiful area with typical landscapes of the north pacific of Costa Rica. Near La Cruz, there are multiple points of tourist interest such as beautiful beaches and national parks.

La Cruz is the tenth region of Guanacaste, constituted as such since 1969. Approximately 70% of its economically active population works in animal husbandry, agriculture, fisheries, and tourism. Its high economic development is due to the opening of the Inter American Highway and the arrival of tourist attracted to the beauty of the area.

San Jose Airport to La Cruz in Guanacaste

Liberia Airport to La Cruz in Guanacaste

The southeast limit of La Cruz is made up of the dividing line of the Cordillera de Guanacaste, where there are located the Orosi Volcano, Rincon de La Vieja Volcano Miravalles Volcano and the Arenal Volcano. La Cruz has a complete supply of public and private services, especially in the area of health and education.

This border region, it is located on the limits of what is known as Mirador La Cruz, from where the tourists can see beautiful and stunning sunsets, with the sun hiding in the Pacific Ocean, under the breadth of the horizon.

This beautiful landscape and the Santa Rosa National Park are their greatest tourist attractions, where the Casona de Santa Rosa, preserved since the mid-nineteenth century, is a monument to the country’s history. The park protects a wide variety of flora and fauna of the tropical dry forest making it extremely attractive for ecotourism.
The beaches at La Cruz are wonderful and are quite known to the local and external tourism and overseas. The best-known beaches near La Cruz are Cuajiniquil, Bahia Salinas and Manzanillo. In this region is located also the biological reserve Isla Bolaños.

The development of tourism with the rest of the region has helped generously to the population of La Cruz, as many are working occupations related to tourism and others have turned their homes into small hotels and restaurants. The arrival of tourists (domestic and foreign) to the beaches of this region has been growing steadily, generating demand for luxury hotels and houses that have been developed across the coastal zone. This has caused a significant increase in the prices of real estate.