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Marino Ballena Restaurant

Recommandé par 5 habitants ·

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March 10, 2019
Traditional Costa Rican dishes. A local hangout. On the highway next to BM south.
September 30, 2018
Local watering hole, great food, service - all around great value and place to stop in to catch local vibe. Try their Chili Guaro!
January 12, 2018
This is my go-to for breakfast (and the key work being fast - which can be hard to find in the beach areas of Costa Rica). Simple local cuisine at a great price - and next door to the grocery store and ATM - great one stop shop!
December 18, 2016
Great food. Fish soup is one of favorites. Coldest beers in town.
November 8, 2016
Gathering place for locals and tourists. Wifi is good, the food is good

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“Great selection of local and international food, beer, wine and alcohol. They also have general health and beach essentials. ”
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“A great seafood restaurant and doesn't bonus around nine or 10 PM the restaurant vibes around the cocktail bar on weekends which is a fun place to hang out, maybe dance as you enjoy the music”
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Natural Feature
“Playa Arco Uvita:  Playa Arco is one of five beaches in Marino Ballena National Park. This park is one of the country’s only national marine parks and has gained recognition for its whale-tail-shaped sandbar.  The general public must go through the Ballena Sector Ranger Station and pay admission ($6 foreigners or ¢1,000 nationals). The best way to find this ranger station is to look for a restaurant on the side of the highway (Route 34) a few miles south of Uvita called Ballena Bistro. The dirt road on the right immediately after the restaurant leads to the ranger station. ”
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“There are 2 entrances to the waterfall. Let me recommend you to take the second entrance, which is around 300m more uphill and actually also closer to the waterfall... At the second entrance you can enter for 1.000 Colones compared to the first entrance, which charges 5.000 Colones per person...”
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Uvita, Puntarenas
Téléphone2743 8104