Welcome to our Costa Rica Villa House & Condo Rental Section
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We specialize in house and cottage rentals in Costa Rica. We have been advertising vacation rentals on the Internet since 1999. Look no further to rent your dream vacation property. This section includes Dominical, Guanacaste, Jaco, Lake Arenal, Mal Pais, Manuel Antonio, Peninsula de Osa, Quepos, Tamarindo...
Properties are classified by price

Playas del Coco
Tropical, European Charme
$35 - $62 US/night
Sleeps 4 - 6

Orosi, Costa Rica
Small Village in Mountain Valley
$60 - $120/night (US)
Sleeps 2 - 6

Central Valley
Large, Gorgeous, Mountainside Home with Pool
$640 - $810 US/week
Sleeps 4 + 2 young children

Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
Favorite Family Beach Destination
$1,500 US/week
Sleeps 8

Costa Rica
Oceanview, Mountainside Unique Treehouse in Eco-Reserve
$1,100 - $1,600 US/week
Sleeps 4 - 6

More about Costa Rica

Costa Rica, republic in southern Central America, bounded on the north by Nicaragua, on the east by the Caribbean Sea, on the southeast by Panama, and on the southwest and west by the Pacific Ocean. The uninhabited and densely wooded tropical Cocos Island, about 480 km (about 300 mi) to the southwest in the Pacific Ocean, is under Costa Rican sovereignty.

The climate of Costa Rica ranges from tropical on the coastal plains to temperate in the interior highlands. Average annual temperatures range from 31.7°C (89°F) on the coast to 16.7°C (62°F) inland. A rainy season lasts from April or May to December. Annual precipitation in the country averages about 3,000 to 3,500 millimeters (120 to 140 inches).

Most of Costa Rica is rugged highlands, about 900 to 1,800 m (about 3,000 to 6,000 ft) above sea level. Several mountain ranges extend nearly the entire length of the country. These include the Cordillera de Talamanca, Cordillera Central, and Cordillera de Guanacaste. The highest peaks are Chirripó Grande (3,819 m/12,530 ft) and the active volcano of Irazú (3,432 m/ 11,260 ft). A central plateau, the Meseta Central, is located between the ranges and contains the bulk of the population. Wide lowlands extend along the almost unindented Caribbean coast. The lowlands along the Pacific are narrower. Here the coast is broken by a number of bays, the chief ones being the landlocked Gulf of Nicoya, the deep, open Gulf of Dulce, and Coronado Bay. The principal stream of Costa Rica is the San Juan River, which forms part of the country’s boundary with Nicaragua to the north.

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