Costa Rica ranks as the best destination for Retirees
in the 2021 global index!
Thanks to: QCOSTARICA Jan. 6, 2021 – Costa Rica was placed in the first place as a destination for retirees in 2021, according to the annual ranking by International Living (IL), surpassing countries such as Panama, Mexico, Colombia and Portugal.
Conditions such as the climate, the proximity of nature, the hospitality of the people, the social and political stability and access to health, weighed for Costa Rica to be considered the best destination for retirees. Photo: the Tenorio Volcano National Park by Melissa Fernández Silva
According to IL’s Annual Global Retirement Index 2021, which has been published since 1979, Costa Rica advanced from last year’s third place, when it was behind Portugal and Panama.
“The Retirement Index is the most comprehensive and in-depth survey of its kind. It’s the best way we know of to sift through the wealth of opportunity the world offers, bring some order, and help you pinpoint the best destination for you,” says the IL website. The index is informed by hundreds of opinions and real-life experiences — information— compiled by trusted sources in the best retirement destinations across the globe. We think of it as a tool for you, our reader.
Each of the 25 countries in the Index are ranked and scored across the following 10 categories: Housing, Benefits & Discounts, Visas & Residence, Fitting In/Entertainment, Development, Climate, Healthcare, Governance, Opportunity, and Cost of Living.
“A country has to be affordable to be a great retirement spot. It’s that simple. And to assess how affordable each country is, we got our experts on the ground to ﬁll out a comprehensive monthly budget. Everything from the cost of a liter of milk to a bottle of beer to a movie ticket was factored in,” says IL.
What is the Annual Global Retirement Index?
For this year’s classification, in the average of the 10 indicators, Costa Rica obtained a score of 85.2, which places it in first place. They are followed in the ranking by Panama, with 84.4, and Mexico, with 83.5.
Other notable positions followed are those of Colombia, Portugal, Ecuador and Malaysia.
In the index breakdown, however, Costa Rica lags behind most of the top 20 countries in cost of living. Costa Rica’s score in this regard is 84, compared to 87 for Mexico, 89 for Colombia, 93 for Ecuador or 91 for Malaysia.
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Costa Rica’s qualities
By justifying Costa Rica’s position, the IL assures that the country offers a simple life, in a society where it is cared for, with a cost of living that it can easily afford.
“These are places where, as expats on the ground regularly report, it’s easy to feel healthier, happier and less stressed. As Washington state expats Tom and Diane Brown put it, speaking from their new home in Costa Rica’s Central Valley: We live very comfortably on our two Social Security checks and my pension. Here we can easily live on US$3,000 a month, including a gardener and a maid. We also save US$500 each month for travel,” the publication notes.
And it continues: “Costa Rica attracts millions of foreign visitors and residents throughout the year with its tropical climate; lower cost of living; friendly locals; affordable health care; vast real estate options; and, of course, its natural beauty”.
The high rating of the other factors affected the global index for Costa Rica to reach first place.
IL also includes statements from Kathleen Evans, International Living correspondent in Costa Rica:
On the narrow, volcanic isthmus of land between the continents of North and South America, there exists a country so rich in natural beauty, the adjective is actually in its name. “Rich Coast” or Costa Rica attracts millions of visitors and foreign residents throughout the year with its tropical climate; lower cost of living; friendly locals; affordable medical care; vast real estate options; and, of course, its natural beauty.
Earning the nickname “Switzerland of Central America” this peace-loving democracy shines in a region often plagued by political and civil unrest. Costa Rica abolished their army in 1948 and pledged that budget to education and healthcare. Resulting in a well-educated population and medical access for all citizens and legal residents.
This republic is internationally known for its safety, neutrality, and commitment to the environment—with roughly a quarter of its land protected as national parks and wildlife refuges. The current democratic government, under Carlos Alvarado Quesada, is considered progressive and LGBTQ equal rights are mandated—officially legalizing same-sex marriage in May 2020. A rare policy to find in Latin America.
Once you have acquired your residency, you pay approximately 7% to 11% of your reported monthly income into the Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social healthcare system (Caja for short) and the national medical program is available to you without pre-existing exclusions or age disallowance. Residents have the option to blend public healthcare with private medical care either through out-of-pocket self-insuring or with the purchase of insurance policies. You can purchase these through familiar names like Blue Cross/Blue Shield, CIGNA, Aetna, or a Costa Rican private policy. All at a fraction of the cost compared to the U.S. You will find three JCI accredited private hospitals in the San José area, as well as numerous private clinics throughout the country. The public system has over 29 hospitals and nearly 250 regional clinics, making it easy to find healthcare no matter where you choose to settle.
A couple can live comfortably, but not necessarily extravagantly, here for around $2,000 a month. This includes renting a two-bedroom home with North American amenities, air conditioning, plus groceries, entertainment, transportation, and healthcare. If your monthly budget is closer to $2,500 to $3,000, you will find a relaxed lifestyle with every comfort you require.
One of the things you hear often from expats is how warm and welcoming the ticos (Costa Ricans) are. They are wonderful people, eager to share the magic of their culture, food, and traditions with foreigners. You will also find engaging international communities of expats who will help you through the process of acclimation. The vast majority of new arrivals say it is very easy to make friends and fit in here. Black Americans are also finding peace in Costa Rica away from the systemic racism associated with the U.S. The Costa Rican government’s official proclamation rejects all forms of racism and discrimination.
Pura Vida is a common Costa Rican phrase. Although it translates to “pure life,” this definition merely scratches the surface of a phrase deeply woven into Costa Rican culture, and used to convey anything from “hello” and “goodbye,” to “great news,” “cheers!” and countless declarations in between.
Expat, Nicole Rangel, explains it in this way, “What makes Pura Vida such a check-all statement is that it translates to more than just a greeting. It is a solution, an action, and a way of life. When you approach life with a Pura Vida state of mind, you are opening yourself up to the possibilities of life beyond what you experienced before. You are sharing together in this communal acceptance that life doesn’t have to be controlled or mandated, you can make it what you want, you can have friends you never thought you would have, you experience things you never thought possible because you are opening up to a life less complicated.
“That is why so many people come to Costa Rica and find the best version of themselves—they embrace a new appreciation on life. It is just a bonus that it is in such a beautiful setting,” she continues.
Most expats will confirm living a healthier lifestyle once they arrive. Costa Rica is an outdoor culture—with no shortage of physical activities from fishing, golfing, and horseback riding to hiking, surfing, and yoga. Plus, there are less processed foods, and abundantly healthy choices of locally grown fruits, vegetables, organic eggs, and endless seafood and grass-fed beef. It is no surprise to hear reports about expats having shed unwanted weight, taking fewer prescription drugs, and overall better fitness of mind, body, and soul.
This revelation should come as little surprise since Costa Rica possesses one of only five “Blue Zones” on the entire planet—located on the Nicoya Peninsula in Guanacaste. These zones were discovered by National Geographic scientists and longevity researchers in the early 2000s. They consist of regions that have an unusually high population of centenarians (100+ year-olds). Ten times greater than in the U.S. The research confirms qualities such as healthy diets, natural calcium-enriched water, sunshine, active lifestyles, strong familial and friendship ties, and faith contribute greatly to their longevity.
Costa Rica, like all of Latin America, is predominantly Roman Catholic with approximately 75% identifying with Catholicism. However, you will not find the deeply rooted religious holiday traditions you find in other Latin countries. Costa Rica is considered quite secular. The government assures religious freedom for all. You will also find Evangelicals, Protestants, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and small numbers of Jews, Mormons, and Muslims. Expats who settle in larger international communities will find English-speaking churches—primarily nondenominational Protestants.
With a dozen official climate zones and hundreds of microclimates, there is someplace for everyone’s personal weather preferences. Many people love the temperate “eternal spring” climate of San José, the capital, and the surrounding Central Valley. Or the dry, hot beaches of Guanacaste, or the lush, green landscape of the jungles in the south and Caribbean side.
Like everywhere in the world, the pandemic has dealt the Costa Rican economy a harsh blow and put strains on the healthcare system. Even so, the country remains a good long-term bet as we move toward a post-COVID world, given its natural beauty, resilient population, and progressive vision.
Ahhh, Costa Rica, the island of .....
Most of you know by now that Costa Rica is not an island, but situated in Central America between
Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south, BUT WAIT…
discovery: Costa Rica is, in fact, an island. A previously uncharted network of rivers and lakes comprises the entirety of Costa Rica’s borders with Nicaragua and Panama. “To be quite honest, we had never bothered to check before,” said Rodolfo Villegas, lead researcher at UCR’s School of Geology. “We always assumed people were confusing us with Puerto Rico when they called Costa Rica an island.”
UCR began its investigation after receiving a number of tips: first from Fox News, then from USA Today, and finally from a bachelorette party that posted a series of Instagram photos from Manuel Antonio with the hashtag #IslandLife. As it turns out, much like when Google Maps reportedly contributed to a Nicaraguan invasion of Costa Rica in 2010, mapmakers everywhere have again made a grave mistake with the Central American country’s borders. U.S. officials were reportedly contacting the Panamanian government seeking a refund on a lightly used canal.
(April fools joke before Covid-19 changed our lives, but it is pretty funny so i kept it!)
However for the millions that have visited Costa Rica, or for the happy residents that live here, Costa Rica
is indeed an island of peace and tranquility in the sea of Central American political turbulence and poverty.
Plus the fact that it's so close to the U.S. helps to ensure interest in Costa Rica by North Americans forever and ever, no matter how bad the U.S. economy!
This “developing” nation has its reputation continually and romantically enhanced by:
The inspirational example of a country that proudly lacks a military force.
The evolving ecological consciousness and desire to be the leader in Eco-tourism; the large quantity of
natural reserved & protected areas, and the popular carbon exchange programs.
The absolutely amazing amount of spectacular scenery (from its beautiful beaches, rainforests, volcanoes,
to the endless variety of flora and fauna).
The wealth of activities ranging from adventure sports both day and night, or the leisurely moments spent
sipping sunrises during spectacular sunsets.
The fact that all foreign property purchasers have the same legal rights as the Costa Ricans,
(except for concession zone properties which we don't recommend for purchase!)
But most of all, Costa Rica is a great place because of the incredibly friendly and warm-hearted people
known as Ticos (males) and Ticas (females).
WHY THE CENTRAL PACIFIC AREA with Jaco beach, Playa Hermosa beach,
and Los Sueños are the best places to invest in Costa Rica?
1. The continued success of the luxurious Los Suenos Marina & Golf Resort, generally acknowledged to be the most successful resort community in all of Central America and located only ten minutes to the north of Jaco. Their high end condos, homes and villas have set the standard for gated beachfront communities and lent credibility to investing in Costa Rica’s Central Pacific area, with condos priced from $389,000, villas over $4 million, and homes valued over $8 million. Los Suenos is internationally recognized as both a world class fishing destination as well as offering a unique and respected 18 hole golf course with an enchanting forested backdrop. The Marriott Los Suenos, located here, is very popular internationally.
2. The availability of fee-simple 100% fully titled Jaco and Playa Hermosa beachfront condos, homes, villas
& ocean view lots-less expensive and safer than Mexico! Only 4% of Costa Rica’s beachfront is titled, and
this area contains a high percentage of this land.
3. The year-round tropical lush green beauty of the Central Pacific with the best beach climate anywhere
along the entire Central American Pacific coast! No hurricanes, no tornados, no tsunamis, no droughts,
just lovely beach weather, year ‘round.
4. The new highway from San Jose to the Jaco area has been enjoyed for over 2 years now, because the
travel time on average is ONE hour 15 minutes to either the International Airport SJO or to the popular
western suburbs of Santa Ana-Escazu (featuring an IMAX movie theatre-only one in Central America;
Cima Hospital-partnered with Baylor; Multiplaza West-the biggest mall in C.A.; PriceSmart-like Costco;
major hotels, and dozens of excellent restaurants, including U.S. franchises.)
5. Jaco Beach visitors are astounded at the positive changes over the past few years, beginning with paved
roads, more stores, more police, more options for fun!
6. Many new eco-activities, from extreme sports to more family oriented nature tours- from zip-lining to
butterfly & monkey exhibits; from birdwatching in the Dry Rainforest Park to visits to tropical Isla Tortuga,
and of course, Costa Rica’s #1 National Park, Manuel Antonio, continues to be a “must see”, and is only one hour away.
Jacó, (pronounced ha-CÓ) has always been one of the most popular beaches in Costa Rica
due to its proximity to San Jose, vast amount of entertainment options and public services
provided. NOW with the new road, Jaco beach is more popular than ever..
Jaco is located in Garabito, the eleventh canton in the province of Puntarenas in Costa Rica.
The canton covers an area of 189.7 sq.miles (316.31 km²), and has a resident population of
over 17,000, however during weekends or holidays the area swells to almost 30,000.
Garabito's capital city is Jacó, and therefore life is easier when requiring government services
as they are almost all located in Jaco.
The shape of Jaco Bay is unique and brings us cooler breezes and temperatures than either in
the north or south Costa Rican beaches...
Also note that there are 2 bilingual, international and fully accredited schools in the area for
U.S. families. The Central Pacific Jaco area continues to offer more reasons for families to
Also remember that CR Beach broker-owner Jeff has lived in the Hermosa
Bungalows since 2005; only 8 minutes from Jaco.
The New Freeway: Having waited for more than 30 years for this miracle to take place, the
new highway, (called officially Highway 27 or Ruta del Sol) was inaugurated by the President
of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias on January 27, 2010.
The driving time has now been reduced to one hour fifteen minutes from the International Airport Juan Santamaria or from the shopping & dining mecca of Escazu. More importantly, the stress of driving to Jaco has been greatly reduced as one no longer has to deal with curvy
mountainous terrain. Hooray!
Will this result in increased equity and interest to this area ?
Things are selling again, so our answer is yes, now is the time to buy!
Is this part of Costa Rica modern?
Yes we have Cable and Satellite TV with all your favorites including CNN, Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, HBO, Sony, WB, National Geo., Bloomberg, Disney, etc....
Yes we have high speed and wireless internet, and plenty of land lines and 3-G cellular phone
services. Yes we have modern grocery stores with the most incredible fresh produce and
imported goods. Yes we have a Quiznos, Subway, Pizza Hut, KFC; there are 3 Sushi bars;
lots of "typico" restaurants with full meals (casados) for under $4; gelato ice-cream & TCBY
yogurt; & all types of restaurants serving the freshest fish caught in area waters, to satisfy
almost all "foodies."
As a former restaurant owner, I am thrilled at our eating options here in Jaco, or in Costa Rica
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COSTA RICA: HOW NICE TO LIVE IN A PLACE THAT CONTINUALLY RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL TOURIST AWARDS!
November 18, 2020
Lonely Planet has announced that Costa Rica has received their award under the “Diversity” category, specifically as the world's most Most Accessible Destination.
JAN 4, 2018
Costa Rica jumped from #4 to #1 as the best retirement place to live in.....
or more local news:
March 21st, 2013 Costa Rica is the safest country in Latin America according to a study by publisher-analyst, Latinvex. It uses the latest available data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, The World Bank, Transparency International, Heritage Foundation and the World Economic Forum.
March 10, 2013 Costa Rica has topped the charts for Traveler’s Choice 2013 on both TripAdvisor and Lonely Planet sites. Of the Top 10 Beaches in Central America on TripAdvisor, Costa Rica snagged eight spots, including # 1, with Manuel Antonio National Park on the central Pacific coast, only one hour from Jaco.
§ Cocos Island & Puerto Viejo Among the Best Diving Destinations in the World: July 30, 2013
§ Costa Rica Obtains 9 World Travel Awards™ 2013, July 23, 2013
§ Costa Rica Heads the List of the “15 Best Resorts of Central and South America”, June 17, 2013
§ Traveller's Choice Destination Awards Costa Rica Six of the Best Places in Central America, June 11, 2013
§ Costa Rica Second Best Destination for Summer Travel, June 10, 2013
April 15th, 2013 Costa Rica ranks first in Latin America and the Caribbean in the Index of Social Progress, which measures the degree to which countries meet the non-economic needs of its citizens, according to the Social Progress Imperative at the University of Oxford in the U.K.
- March 21st, 2013 Costa Rica is the safest country in Latin America according to a study by publisher-analyst Latinvex, using the latest available data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, The World Bank, and other sources.
- Costa Rica was number two for Latin America's Best Countries according to Newsweek 2010
UPDATES FOR THE JACO AREA:
ALAS, CENPAC NO LONGER EXISTS.....
Dec, 23, 2012 Jaco Municipality Making Major upgrades: The Municipality of Garabito has begun the long-anticipated job of installing sidewalks on Jaco's busiest streets. The work is moving along at a very quick pace and on the Pop's Road which means in time for the start of high season. The Municipality of Jaco is making improvements around town including road improvements, additional street lights and a stepped up police presence, which all contribute to a prettier, cleaner, improved tourist experience.
July 2012 A new Jaco stadium will be built on the northern end of Jaco Beach and will hold 6-7,000 people, a tremendous upgrade from the current facility in Jaco. The Jaco Rays are a newer professional team that has quickly become a big draw for soccer fans in the Central Pacific. The stadium is not just to house the Jaco Rays Soccer Team, it will maybe stage the Women's World Cup Under-17 in 2014, and other events and be one of the magnets to attract new buyers of condominiums and homes to the area.
December 15th, 2011 The new Jaco conference center and playhouse, Teatro Jaco is officially opened and are successfully presenting bilingual professional staged events, from plays to comedians.
June 25, 2011 The Jaco Cinema Complex is now open with 4 movie screens, with prices ranging from $4-$7. HOORAY!
April 1, 2011 Jaco's brand new central park is opened with its first Arts and Crafts fair.
The Johannes Dankers Park will offer several shaded areas to sit and relax, nighttime lighting, and there is a children’s playground welcoming families and all residents.
September 2010, New Jaco Public Library opens: CornerStones Education Foundation has been working to offer educational scholarships and to bring a multilingual library to Jacó. The Jaco library unites segments of the community by acting as a learning center for all kids, students and local residents.
Top 20 destinations overall: Costa Rica, ninth, and the only Central American country in the top 20. Adventure: Costa Rica came in second place in the adventure travel category, helped, no doubt, by loads of visitors zip-lining through its jungles.
Nature: The Americas dominated the top 10 for ‘nature’ with four countries gracing the list: Costa Rica, Ecuador, Brazil and Canada. Costa Rica takes the top spot. As one of our authors puts it, Costa Rica boasts a ‘Disney-like cast of creatures – ranging from howler monkeys to toucans, as well as jungle, active volcanoes and stunning coastlines.'
Costa Rica sets new record with 3.14 million visitors in 2019
2019 increased 4.1% and was going to set a new record in 2020 before covid...
2016 showed growth of 13.8% or almost 260 thousand more arrivals came into Costa Rica than in 2015. During the year 2,925,128 international arrivals to the country were reported, and over 70% came in by air, which represents the main means of entry.
For the second consecutive year, the United States exceeded more than one million international arrivals while Europe increased its visitors to 434,884 arrivals by all routes and 353,326 by air.
Note that for the very first time, Great Britain is the number one source of tourists from Europe, with growth of 50.3% by all routes and 56.5% by air. Bangers with Gallo Pinto?
March 04, 2013 - By Tico Times Tourist arrivals keep showing positive figures in Costa Rica as they increased for the third consecutive year, tourism officials said. The number of people traveling to Costa Rica from abroad in 2012 totaled 2,343,213, according to data released Monday by the Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT) and the Immigration Administration. North Americans registered the largest number of arrivals with 1,062,522, representing an increase of 8.9 percent compared to 2011. There were 864,340 visitors from the United States last year, 136,261 from Canada and 61,921 from Mexico.
Sept 14, 2012 The World Travel Awards 2012, held in Italy, awarded Costa Rica in nine categories within the Mexican and Central American region, among them was an award given to the Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) as the ¨Primary Tourism Board or Institute,¨ which was the first time the institute received this award. Costa Rica was up for 41 nominations, of which they won nine. The World Travel Awards™ has been held every year since 1994, which honors the best of the best in the tourism industry. According to The Wall Street Journal, winning in this event is equivalent to the Oscars of the tourism industry.
June 1, 2012 Costa Rica again tops “ The Happy Planet Index”
The Happy Planet Index (HPI) is the leading global measure of sustainable well-being, long, happy, sustainable lives for the people that live in them. The 2012 HPI report ranks 178 countries based on their efficiency – the extent to which each nation produces long and happy lives per unit of environmental input. The 2012 Happy Planet Index (HPI) has Costa Rica topping the list as the happiest country on Earth, as they did in 2009.
Jan. 16, 2013 The “Top 100 Outsourcing Destinations Report 2013” places Costa Rica as the best country in Latin America for outsourcing operations and 13th worldwide, according to a private study released by global consulting and investment firm Tholons.
October 24, 2012 COSTA RICA SWEEPS CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER’S 2012 READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS The Costa Rica Tourism Board is thrilled to announce that Costa Rica was the most celebrated destination in Central America in the 2012 Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards released this week. The top honors went to the region’s favorite hotels and resorts, as voted by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler.
August 18, 2011: Costa Rica Ranks Best Country in Central America and the Caribbean for Foreign Direct Investment 2011-2012 . Considering the country's attraction of more than 227 new investment projects between 2003 and 2010, the Financial Times Group's FDI Intelligence unit has named Costa Rica the “Best Country of the Future for Foreign Direct Investment in Central America & the Caribbean” in its “FDI Countries of the Future” report.
Nov. 3, 2010 Costa Rica ranked number one value destination for winter 2010 by popular college student travel agencies: Smarter Travel, StudentUniverse, and STA in regards to great value locations for trips.
August 26, 2010: The magazine "Travel + Leisure" places Costa Rica at the top as the best country in the world for single travel, taking into account several factors, among them basics for a foreigner to enjoy their stay in a country and security.
2009 Global Prosperty Index ranked Costa Rica #1 of Latin American nations out of 104 nations indexed.
May 25, 2009 Costa Rica is the safest country in Latin America for business and multinational companies, according to the latest Latin Security Index analyzed by FTO for the weekly publication Latin Business Chronicle, .
Prior Awards for Costa Rica:
2008 Costa Rica is the second best tourist destination in Latin America/Caribbean, by the
World Economic Forum (WEF)
2008 Readers’ Choice Award: Best Destination for Ecotourism & Adventure.
2007 Travel Weekly voted CR: Best Destination Latin America
2006 Smarter Travel.com voted CR: #3 Safest Destination for Women Travelers
2006 Magazine "Viajes y Turismo" granted Costa Rica the award "Best Nature Tourism"
2004 "Recommend" (one of the top magazines for travel agencies),
Readers’ Choice Award: Best Destination for Ecotourism and Adventure.
"Recommend" Readers’ Choice Award: Best Selling Destination for Latin America
2004 Modern Bride - Best Destination for Honeymoons (Culture)
2004 Travel Weekly - Best Destination for Latin America Travel Weekly -
Best Destination for Tourism from the United States
2003 Recommend - Best Destination for Latin America.
Central Pacific Jaco Area Awards and Recognition:
1. Billabong's 2009 International Surfing Association (ISA) World Surfing Games was in Playa Hermosa Jaco beach, Costa Rica, July 31 till Aug. 9, 2009, 35 countries participated. It was a big success with an estimated 70,000 people in attendance!
2. The World Travel Awards announced (Feb. 2008), that Jaco, Costa Rica won "the Leading Beach in Central America."
3. Costa Rica Blue Flag Beach Awards: Oct. 2008-201? Jaco received its first Blue Flag beach designation for its attention to general cleanliness, clean tap water, and other things APRIL 16, 2011 The town of Jaco is very proud to have won its 4th Blue Flag thank to the joint efforts of the Municipality of Garabito, Central Pacific Chamber of Commerce, and the community’s Interinstitutional Environmental Commission of Jaco , the only one in Costa Rica. In order to receive the Blue Flag award, the quality of water, the solid waste management systems, the signaling of roads, the environmental education and public safety are all evaluated. The city council, local businesses and members of the community all worked together to ensure that the requirements were met for this award.
4. March 24, 2012-2018 Playa Hermosa of Jaco has again been awarded its Blue Flag beach designation. This award confirms what the area residents already know- that Playa
Hermosa is not only a world class surfing destination, but a wonderful beach to enjoy
for many non-surfers also: as a beachcombers’ delight, a sunset photographers’ dream, a couples’ romantic stroll; or a family day at the beach…..
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