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Guanacaste North Pacific Surf Spots
It is one of the most well known places in the North Pacific; many surfers agree that this is the best right in Costa Rica. It is a completely perfect right point, with off-shore winds almost all year round.
Access: Only by boat from Coco Beach. By road from the park guard station in Santa Rosa National Park.
Tide: Works very nicely with low tide and up coming tide. It also works with high tide, depending on the movement of the sand produced by the mouth of the river and the rain.
Swells: North and Northwest.
Bottom: Sand and rocks.
Feet: 2 to 8.
Season: December to March.
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How to Arrive
By boat from Coco Beach
Departures are approximately 07:00 a.m. and with Return 05:00 pm. From Coco Beach, you can travel to Surf to Roca Bruja and Ollie's Point by boat, and the journey can take from 45 minutes to 1h 30 min, depending on the sea conditions.
By land from Coco Beach
2 h (104.9 km) on Highway 1, go to Liberia, and at the junction turn left, 37 min (41.4 km) on Highway 1, when you arrive at the entrance to Santa Rosa Park, go left to The park guard post, after the entrance to the Santa Rosa Park in the direction of Highway 913, passes the park (on the left 5.1 km). Ollie's Point, 10 ° 51'05.7 "N 85 ° 47'52.9" W, 18, Province of Guanacaste Latitude 10.8379308 Longitude -85.7051116. National Park Santa Rosa + 506 2666-5051
At Liberia/ Daniel Oduber Airport, 39 km from Potrero Grande (Ollie's Point).
If you really are interested in surfing, don´t miss the oportunity to know the history and the legends behind it, in more than 50 years.
History & Legends of Costa Rica's surfing.