Las Catalinas, Guanacaste
Las Catalinas is located on Playa Danta Beach, in northern Guanacaste.
This amazing coastal resort village, offer the visitor a unique experience, one of beautiful architecture, beachfront location and first-class service.
The unique design of Las Catalinas
Las Catalinas is a beautiful beachfront place with beach houses, shops, restaurants, small hotels and inns, pedestrian streets, plazas, parks, and recreational areas.
Based on the principles of the New Urbanism movement—environmentally friendly design, walkable neighborhoods, intertwining private and public spaces—Las Catalinas offers a refreshing new scene for sustainable beach communities that are built to thrive and also, revolucionize the concept of what a luxury beach community should be.
Playa Danta is situated north of Potrero Beach, in the canton of Santa Cruz. It is a smaller white sanded beach with magnificent natural surroundings and simply beautiful sand, calm waters, and great snorkeling opportunities.
Right behind the beach border is Las Catalinas, a small, intimate and newly built beach community, which offers several luxury rental homes, villas and vacation rentals.
This community offers local restaurants, bars, two hotels , and even shops and an ice cream parlor
Several ocean activities are also available, including the rental of paddle boards, snorkeling gear, booky boars and the rental of catamaran sailboats, monohull sailboats and luxury yachts.
How to get to Las Catalinas
Las Catalinas, and thereby Danta Beach, are located at the northernmost end of the Santa Cruz Canton beach extension. Situated past Potrero, Prieta, Penca and Sugar Beach, there is only one beach further north, which is Dantita.
You can reach the community by driving past the beach road of Potrero all the way north until you will automatically reach Las Catainas.
Hotels in the area
Two hotels, Santarena and Casa Chameleon, offer high end accommodation options. While Santarena is situated more on the beachside of the project, Casa Chameleon sits atop a hill with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.