Great close beach. Beach charges 2,000¢ for parking Beach has local caldosas and raspados/conos
Check low tide before going here to see and hear the water rush the massive cave formations. Bring your boogie boards. Small fee per car to enter for security.
“Dominical is best known for its waves, which draw surfers from all around the world. But there’s a lot more to this quirky, laid-back and fun beach town and the surrounding stretch of coastline called the Costa Ballena than just surf. Dominical’s village centre has lots to offer in terms of restaurants of different cuisines (many catering for vegetarians and vegans), the only Microbrewery on the Southern Pacific coast. a gym, yoga classes, surf classes, spanish classes and more. The beach drive is really a beautiful sight: a sea of colour set amongst palm trees. Vendors of artisan goods, clothing, and beach items are scattered along Dominical beach creating a unique atmosphere. ”
“Traditional Costa Rican dishes. A local hangout. On the highway next to BM south. ”
“A great seafood restaurant and doesn't bonus around nine or 10 PM the restaurant vibes around the cocktail bar on weekends which is a fun place to hang out, maybe dance as you enjoy the music”
Point of Interest
“Free beach, and where the river mouth meets the ocean. Every changing tides, so not great for swimming but beautiful at low tide for a walk. Close to ojochal. Great place to buy fish”