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Hotel Kokoro
3 Stars  
(20 Rooms)

7 Kms. North from La Fortuna, San Carlos (Map)

Offering views of Arenal Volcano, Hotel Kokoro features a hill-top swimming pool, a spa, and eco-friendly rooms and villas set in tropical gardens. It has a beautiful setting in La Palma, 2 km outside Arenal National Park. Each spacious room and vil  more...


0 Stars  
(6 Rooms)

700 metros noroeste de la escuela La Abundancia,, San Carlos (Map)

Finca Villa Tina is surrounded by tropical gardens and mountains and is located only a 15 minutes’ drive from Quesada Town Centre. It features a furnished terrace, pool, sauna, an extensive garden and free private parking. The rustic-style bungalows  more...


El Tucano Hotel Thermae Spa
0 Stars  

Aguas Calientes Street, San Carlos

The El Tucano Hotel Thermae Spa in San Carlos, Costa Rica situated Aguas Calientes Street. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
This accommodation El Tucano Hotel Thermae Spa would be glad to welcome you soon. The correct data depends on the update of the information through the management and cannot be guaranteed.  more...

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San Carlos:

San Carlos is the name of the 10th canton in the province of Alajuela in Costa Rica. The canton covers an area of 3,347.98 square kilometres (1,292.66 sq mi), making it the largest canton in the country. The capital city of the canton is Ciudad Quesada, which is also known as San Carlos. The canton encompasses a major portion of the Llanura de San Carlos (San Carlos Plain), a wide expanse on the Caribbean side of the Cordillera Central (Central Mountain Range). San Carlos reaches north to the border of Nicaragua, east to the province of Heredia, west to the province of Guanacaste, and south into the heights of the Cordillera. San Carlos is noted as the home of Arenal Volcano, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. The canton's principal economic activities include the production of oranges, yuca, pineapple, sugar cane, beef and dairy products. More than 50% of the total production of milk in Costa Rica comes from San Carlos. There is a branch of the Costa Rica Institute of Technology in Ciudad Quesada.

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