From Flamingo, it’s an easy jaunt to a handful of soft white sand beaches and tranquil coves, including Playa Flamingo, Playa Conchal and Brasilito.
Since the 1960s, Flamingo has been a favorite destination for people on holiday, especially those escaping the cold winters in the United States and Canada. The result is a diverse culture, rich in upbeat Costa Rican music, an array of cuisines in fabulous restaurants, plenty of fun water activities and some of the best resorts, hotels and cabinas on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast.
For the most part, the Flamingo area caters to the high-end vacation lifestyle, offering the best in luxury hotels and the most comfortable deep sea fishing experiences in the region.
Flamingo itself is mostly made up of luxury villas, condominiums and vacation rentals, as well as top-end resorts. The nearby town of Brasilito has a wide selection of restaurants, serving up locally sourced products and international cuisine, as well as many bars that play live music several nights of the week while you sip on cocktails and watch the sun set. Visitors can easily stroll among the shops in town that sell local arts and crafts, clothing to suit the warm weather, and salons to keep you looking your best.
Whether you’re traveling alone, as a couple, or with the family, Flamingo is the ideal destination for a higher class of vacation, with all the best amenities Costa Rica has to offer.