(Note: this message was sent to our mailing list on August 29. Sorry for the delay posting it here!) Dear Friend of Las Catalinas, As we wind up another season at Las Catalinas, it is time to update you on what is happening in our young town. We have had record months for visitors this […]
Las Catalinas is constantly looking for ways that we can make a difference in our local community. Our latest effort is partnering with Asics and Las Catalinas’ sponsored olympic tri-athlete from just down the road, Leonardo Chacon. The goal of this program is to encourage better health and exercise by providing a pair of running […]
At Las Catalinas the first hours of daylight are the best time for outdoor activities. For land activities like hiking and biking it is best because the sun is not yet hot, the sky is nearly always clear, the air is fresh, it is the best time for seeing wildlife, and, well, it is awesome. […]
(Note: This message was sent to our email mailing list on May 5) Dear Friend of Las Catalinas, We have just wrapped up a great winter/spring season at Las Catalinas. It has been busy – year to date occupancy of the houses that are in our vacation rental pool is 65%. Highlights included a marvelous triathlon day, […]
Costa Rica’s New Chic – Las Catalinas (from Departures magazine, a subscription for American Express Platinum Card and Centurion Members. link at bottom) Six years after the 2008 financial crisis, Costa Rica and its most glamorous enclave, Peninsula Papagayo, enter prime-time once again. The drive to Peninsula Papagayo, in Costa Rica’s northwest Guanacaste province on […]
From time to time I ask residents and guests at Las Catalinas, “do you wish cars were allowed on the streets here at Las Catalinas, so you could park right at your house?” The response to my question is usually laughter… For the majority, the very question seems silly. Now that the pattern is established […]
This Wednesday we hosted our very first Organic Market at Las Catalinas held at Plaza de Los Almendros. The organic orchard Vida y Salud and Sal y Agua Bakery joined us along with Abriendo Mentes with handmade crafts made by the ladies in the community of Potrero. Fresh coffee along with a delicious variety of […]
Check out these shots courtesy of Alonso Piedra. He took them using a DJI Phantom – a pretty cool looking machine. As you can see the hardscape on the next portions of Beach Town, including Calle la Ronda, Reconcito de Reid, Plazoleta Lucille, Plaza Pienza, and part of Plaza Central is nearly finished. Muy emocionante!!