Photo Courtesy of Cala LunaHaving always dreamed of housing a luxury resort in an enchanted area, founders Antonia Pilurzu and Grietje and Els Depypere spent several months searching up and down the Pacific and Atlantic coasts searching for the perfect site for their new escape. They finally decided on the exotic beaches of Playa Langosta, Tamarindo as the destination for their resort, Hotel and Villas Cala Luna.
Even 12 years later, the Hotel and Villas Cala Luna continues to harmoniously combine world-class service with stunning design. With a name that loosely translates to “Moonlit Cove” in Italian, this island paradise conjures the ideal romantic escape for two, with crystal clear lagoon views south to the beaches of Cupecoy and the ocean beyond.
This immaculately decorated property provides guests with their own secluded oasis. Each one of these majestic two or three bedroom villas feature a dressing room, ensuite bathroom, a welcoming living room, an Italian kitchen, and a large private pool surrounded by the fresh and lush tropical vegetation of the land. The infinity pool, covered terrace and pool deck provide guests with a beautifully intimate haven to take in all of Costa Rica’s natural beauty.
For a truly delightful culinary experience, visitors can stroll over to Restaurant Cala Moresca to indulge in a menu that offer local and organic ingredients that showcase Costa Rican flavors with an international flare. Looking for a loving night in with your significant other? Then opt to have your meals catered by the villas' private chef service, allowing you to enjoy your own unique menu with the dazzling Pacific Ocean as your backdrop.
If guests can lure themselves out of this serene property, then they can take advantage of all the incredible activities the island has to offer. The all-in-one boat adventure helps guests experience the vast Costa Rican blue sea while deep sea fishing, snorkeling, picnicing on a private beach, ATV tours, kayaking, turtle nesting (seasonal), as well as excursions through the gorgeous Guanacaste countryside to the National Park of Palo Verde and the artisan village of Guaitil. With exotic wildlife, soft, white sand beaches and clear turquoise water, this Costa Rican resort is bound to have vacationers leaving truly relaxed and well renewed.