We’re hoping to provide you with the best and most thoroughly researched information about the Montezuma area, including nearby beach towns. We tend to feature companies and websites that have a more eco-minded focus, or also because they are the best in their respective categories. Some have made an exceptional commitment to the town by supporting community projects, volunteers, or show leadership in helping with various issues.
All the towns in the Southern Nicoya Peninsula are growing, with more people moving to the area all the time. Although some are leaving, more area always coming. Those of us who live here are very concerned about this inevitable growth and development, and are hoping to attract great people who will tread lightly on this part of the earth. Condominium developers and people who want to open a McDonalds or a casino aren’t on our list of best friends, because these places tend to bring the type of tourist who isn’t as educated or concerned about the environment. Most of us who have moved here are happy to be away from that type of toxic culture. We live at near the end of the earth here. When there’s a Burger King and Starbucks in every beach town, where else will there be to go where we can enjoy an authentic culture free from the influence of big money and international corporations?
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My new favorite restaurant, Clandestina is not to be missed by food lovers staying anywhere near to Montezuma. Established in March 2015, Clandestina is the new kid on the block. The Oregon/Tico collaboration is a winner among locals and travelers alike, with artisan craft beers, made onsite by Butterfly Brewing Co. and delicious, exciting […]