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Steps away from the ocean’s surf, La Costa is a beautifully updated open-plan villa with charming appointments, a palapa roof and a wonderful Mexican vibe. Up only a single flight of stairs, it offers a queen-sized bed and a perfect-for-lounging daybed swing. It also has a small vine covered terrace for morning coffee.

Villa Details

  • Number of bedrooms: 1
  • Master bedroom: Queen size bed and one individual bed
  • Number of bathrooms: 1
  • Maximum number of guests: 2
  • View/Location: Ocean View
  • Outdoor: Balcony
  • Pool or Jacuzzi: No
  • Studio: Yes


Kitchen: Mini Fridge, Stove, Coffee maker, Microwave, Blender, Silverware, Glassware, Wine glasses

Communications: Wi-Fi (Wireless Internet)

Activities (on site and nearby) From A to Z: Adventure travel, Diving, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Nightlife, Sailing, Surfing, Whale watching, Zip-lining.

Villa La Costa Reviews

“Beautiful view, beautiful room and beautiful staff.”


We stayed in La Costa, a unit that is less expensive then the others. It was great short stairs to our room and the best view. Ricardo was great and the Manager Barbara was a doll. Next time try Villa Serena , short steps and a cooling off pool. Another great view. I have read the neg reviews and I will say the road in front of the hotel is not that used. The short walk into town is beautiful and romantic, I loved that walk. The restaurant down stairs is independent and good but there are so many good eats in town.There are no hawkers except once a guy came by with oysters on the half and Grilled Mahi on a stick. I loved that too. They are in the process of building a pool on the property, will be finished soon. Sayulita the town is charming with 90 degree ocean and rock and roll music at night like going back to a surf town in the 70’s. No highrises, no buses, no taxies and no time share selling , There is no better place to stay in Sayulita. I’ll be back.

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Warviper BloggerPalm Springs, California July 28, 2015