Best beaches in Costa Rica in the Top 50 list of FlightNetwork for 2019

Writen by Adrian Solano

Costa Rica in the best beaches in the world 2019

The World’s best beaches for 2019 were listed in the Central America and the Caribbean’s Top 50 Beaches of FlightNetwork, and the list was released last week. To create this ranking, they collected insight from over 1200 people: bloggers, journalists, editors, and agencies who know all things related to travel and tourism.

All the commentaries and feedback provided with their opinion and experiences ensured this list which will lead the visitors to the shores of some of the best beaches in the world and you will be dreaming of visiting these places.

These fifty positions are occupied by different destinations in Central America and the Caribbean region, and in the case of Costa Rica, four of our best beach getaways were selected to be part of this prestigious ranking.

Manuel Antonio beach in Quepos, in the Central Pacific side of Costa Rica, occupied the eighth position of the 50 best beaches in the world. Characteristics such as the combination of the forest with the sea and sand, and the possibility of doing a lot of activities while vacationing there were the main reasons to select this spot as a perfect beach vacation destination.

Punta Uva beach, located in the Limon province, appears in the 35th position thanks to its scenic beauty and the calm vibe of the place. Conchal beach, in the famous region of Guanacaste, features the 37th position due to its characteristic sand, the wonderful landscapes and the high-quality services of the area. The last of the Costa Rican beaches in the rank is Sombrero beach, in Puntarenas, which has the position number 49.

This means a lot to the country as tourism is its largest source of income and with this publication, many potential visitors may be interested in knowing these famous places and plan their next vacation in Costa Rica.

Here you have the full list of the best beaches in the Caribbean 2018 (and Central America, of course):

  1. Grace Bay – Turks & Caicos
  2. Seven Mile Beach – Cayman Islands
  3. Varadero Beach – Cuba
  4. Pink Sands Beach – Harbor Island Bahamas
  5. Bavaro Beach – Dominican Republic
  6. Malmok Beach – Aruba
  7. Half Moon Cay – Little San Salvador Island Bahamas
  8. Manuel Antonio Beach – Costa Rica
  9. Flamenco Beach – Puerto Rico
  10. Grand Anse – Grenada
  11. Bathsheba Beach – Barbados
  12. Bahía de las Águilas – Dominican Republic
  13. Baths of Virgin Gorda – British Virgin Islands
  14. Shoal Bay Beach – Anguilla
  15. Trunk Bay – St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
  16. Rincon Beach – Samana Dominican Republic
  17. West End Beach – Roatan Honduras
  18. Horseshoe Beach – Bermuda
  19. Dickenson Bay – Antigua and Barbuda
  20. Maracas Bay – Trinidad and Tobago
  21. Maho Bay – St. John, US Virgin Islands
  22. Boston Bay Beach – Jamaica
  23. Hawksnest Beach – St. John, US Virgin Islands
  24. Paraiso Beach – Cuba
  25. Cockleshell Bay – St. Kitts
  26. Dean’s Blue Hole – Bahamas
  27. Cane Bay – St. Croix, US Virgin Islands
  28. Harrismith Beach – Barbados
  29. James Bond Beach – Jamaica
  30. Tobacco Caye – Belize
  31. Jobson’s Cove Beach – Bermuda
  32. Petit Tabac – Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  33. Playa Maderas – Nicaragua
  34. Batibou Beach – Dominica
  35. Punta Uva Beach – Costa Rica
  36. Winnifred Beach – Jamaica
  37. Playa Conchal – Guanacaste Costa Rica
  38. Starfish Beach – Panama
  39. Playa Ancón – Trinidad, Cuba
  40. Cayman Kai – Cayman Islands
  41. Jalousie Bay – St. Lucia
  42. Mopion Island – St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  43. Playa El Tunco – El Salvador
  44. Governors Beach – Grand Turk Island, Turks & Caicos
  45. Tropic of Cancer Beach – Exuma Bahamas
  46. Gold Rock Beach – Bahamas
  47. Red Frog Beach – Basimentos Island Panama
  48. Crane Beach – Barbados
  49. Playa Sombrero – Costa Rica
  50. Jacmel Beach – Haiti

We hope you can travel a lot this 2019, and visit some of these incredible beach destinations during your next trip. You definitely won’t regret it!

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