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About Villa Nasua

The Hotel Villa Nasua is the right choice for visitors who are searching for a combination of charm, peace, quiet and a convenient position from where to explore surroundings.

Villa Nasua is a family-owned property consisting of 6 villas housed in 3 Spanish architectural buildings, each with 2 condos, and our private family home. Our condominiums are perfect for families and large groups with their spacious and comfortable design.

RAISING COMFORT TO THE HIGHEST LEVEL

Welcome to Villa Nasua

Villa Nasua is a family-owned property consisting of 6 villas housed in 3 Spanish architectural buildings, each with 2 condos, and our private family home. Our condominiums are perfect for families and large groups with their spacious and comfortable design.

Our charming vacation rental condos are located about 400 meters, a 5 minutes walk, from Playa Jaco where you can enjoy surfing, fishing, and people watching or you can walk into town and find local shops, restaurants, and nightclubs.

Come stay with us and let Villa Nasua be your “Home Away From Home”.

Villa Nasua Jaco Beach

DISCOVER THE CHARM OF THE Villa Nasua

Our Villas

Our two story villas are surrounding the pool, preserving the privacy and relaxation of our guests. Villa Nasua facilities and services contribute to making your stay a memorable experience. A cup of tee or coffee, favorite book on the table and breath-taking view in front – this is all you need to relax and to feel delightful emotions of your vacation.

Villa Nasua Jaco Beach

A rich heritage in the heart of Villa Nasua

History of the Villa Nasua

The story of Villa Nasua goes back over 40 years when Peru was under the rule of a military dictator.

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Our family had read and heard so many wonderful things about this little country of Costa Rica.

A country with no Army, a country that was becoming popular in the tourism industry, a country where the local ticos lived the pure life or, ‘Pura Vida’. It was during this time that our family made the decision to move to Costa Rica and become citizens. We settled in Tibas, San Jose, where our father continued to build homes, which was his trade in Peru. The children all flourished in school and found careers.

After graduating from college our youngest brother, Yusef, started working as a manager with a tourist company in the little town of Jaco.