This is a rare and unique opportunity to own one of the few hotels located in Las Flores. Located steps away from renowned Las Flores Surf Break, this resort property offers a unique and exclusive experience to its clients. A pristine location, one of only a few hotels on the Las Flores Beach. This well-maintained hotel has been operating for 3 years. Las Flores Surf Resort was built on the last property of a total of three properties that were bought together by the owners. This means there is still more than half of the land that can be further developed into more rooms, a separate house or hotel or recreational areas.
A Southeast Asian inspired layout characterizes each bungalow- themed room. The hotel has 6 bungalows with 16 beds, 5 bunk beds, and a total capacity of 24 guests. Each room has its private bathroom and the dorm room has a shared bathroom. The hotel has a large swimming pool, large bodega, an enormous luscious garden filled with various coconut and banana trees and a vast variety of flowers. The bungalows have A/C, hot water and internet connection. The hotel also has a service house with 2 bedrooms and one bathroom.
The hotel is well established with continued high occupancy and only 2 hours from the airport. This resort represents a unique value and “no-hassle”, “turnkey” purchase. Set amidst flourishing tropical lush gardens and natural atmosphere. The resort was conceived, designed and built by the owners who completed construction in 2017.
Playa Las Flores is a dramatic, natural cove, hemmed in by severe topography and dense tropical flora, a playful black sand beach bordering a cauldron of whitewater and waves detonating in the background, a throwback in time to a prehistoric vision of Central America where the tropical waters of the Pacific Ocean meet the charcoal sands of ancient volcanic outflows.
Very consistent right point break. It is a sand point directly in front of the hotel that breaks mechanically with a hollow takeoff at low tide (softer at high tide) and very long rides up to 300m. The wave has many personalities depending on the swell size and tide. On swells of 6-8ft (faces) or bigger and lower tides it is a serious wave for experienced surfers (it has been compared to Jeffreys Bay and Bells), and the takeoff is critical as well as competitive, with surfers lining up and dropping in behind the rocks, and a fall here has consequences. On small to moderate swells (3-5 ft faces), or fuller tides, Las Flores is a classic sand point break, super fun on a shortboard, fish, or longboard, with long open faces and wackable wall sections comparable to a good day at Rincon or Noosa. The break can shut down almost entirely at high tide if there is not much swell, but on the biggest of swells the high tide is more manageable.
300 m West of Las Flores. This right point works best on a low to mid tide, and a 4-6 ft swell. Vaca is a hollower, critical, shorter wave than Flores. Punta Vaca can be a great option for the experienced surfer looking for heavy takeoffs and tube rides, and can provide crowd relief if the point at Las Flores is congested.
1 km West of Las Flores. This righthand point works best on a low to mid tide, and a solid 4ft+ swell, but can also hold big swells. The wave breaks in deepwater with a steep but forgiving take off and offers long lined up rights with 200m rides when on. The wave face is very carveable but steep, with rocks. Safest access is by boat due to treacherous entry and rocks on the inside.
15 min. West of Las Flores. Access: boat only. Powerful right cobblestone point break w/200m rides when on, machine-like. It is has a hollow take off with a serious barrel at size AND a hollow inside section. It works on a 3ft+ swell and all tides, but 4-7 ft SW is best. Closes out over 8 feet. Reef booties are recommended but not mandatory. The hollowest wave in the region, but also the most wind sensitive. Experienced surfers only even when small, due to currents and shallow inside rocks. The wave has become popular and is sometimes semi-crowded w/3-4 boats and 15-20 surfers at peak hours.
Another right point. Accessible only by boat. This wave is like an inferior Las Flores. Low to mid tides best. Cannot handle much wind. Always uncrowded.
A hollow beachbreak in front of the town with one distinct peak, favoring lefts. Usually when it is this good the point is better, but check it anyway. Sometimes it is good when the point isn’t and can work on a higher tide, offering a scrappier alternative.