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Hacienda Barrigona

Hacienda Barrigona is a place where you can detach yourself from everyday life and become totally immersed in the natural beauty of Costa Rica. A refuge of relaxation with a sense of community at its core.

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Hacienda Barrigona is located 30 minutes from the town of Nosara, within the beautiful province of Guanacaste in the Nicoya Peninsula. Nicoya is regarded as one of the world’s Blue Zones, where life expectancies of residents tend to surpass 100 years of age.

Water sources enriched with calcium and magnesium, diets composed of natural locally harvested foods, and a strong sense of community are a few of the secrets these residents follow to live happy, healthy and long lives.

Here, they invite a community of like-minded travellers to this sanctuary of serenity that allows for the space to think, create, find peace or just be present. It is the perfect setting where you can truly disconnect from the digital world and the distractions of everyday living.

With only 10 individual rooms, Hacienda Barrigona isn’t focused on luxury inside, but instead on the breathtaking 360-degree natural setting that surrounds it. In your private, yet simple rooms you will be focused completely on being immersed in a 500-acre nature lover’s playground. Being in an secluded location means that they have also thoughtfully packaged their accommodations with three communal meals daily.

Adventure is plentiful here, with networks of trails to discover, pristine waves for surfing and long sun-filled days fishing or diving off Barrigona Beach. Imagine a Hatha class on the outdoor yoga decks in the tropical breeze or an afternoon of stand up paddle boarding through the Mangroves.