The country’s Caribbean coast could yet be Costa Rica’s new investment frontier
While foreign investors' checkbooks and developers' bulldozers have long been fastened on prospects on the country’s Pacific coast, Costa Rica’s Atlantic province of Limón has gone relatively unnoticed.
Dirt roads outnumber paved strips and rustic hideaways are far more common than ritzy hotels, and one can still find good price tags on properties with an ocean view.
There has been a renewed effort to channel more investment toward the Caribbean coast.
Original source: Tico Times