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Liberia Airport To Mal País
Malpais is a small, tranquil neighborhood, loosely spread out along five kilometers of road. Its northern limit is the road intersection of "El Cruze"where the road from Cobano ends on Playa Carmen. On Playa Carmen Mal Pais merges with the booming beach town ofSanta Teresa with its lively surfer scene, a multitude of hotels, bars, restaurants and shops. The southern part of Malpais abuts the Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve on the very tip of the Nicoya Peninsula.
Many people refer to the entire area as Mal Pais, so when you hear of Mal Pais being one of the top surf destinations in Costa Rica, it actually means the surf beaches of Santa Teresa and Playa Carmen.
Mal Pais is the more peaceful part of the combined villages of Santa Teresa and Malpais. While in recent years Santa Teresa has seen a boom in development, Mal Pais has retained its laid-back, small village atmosphere with large patches of unspoiled natural beauty. The coast of Mal Pais is rocky in most parts, with some bizarre volcanic formations creating fascinating scenery. Old jungle forest grows down to the shore where rocky outcroppings alternate with pockets of beaches, some made up entirely of tiny seashells.
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