Featuring a modern and sustainable design, this private villa welcomes luxury travelers to Costa Rica’s famous surf vacation destination.
Santa Teresa is a small coastal town in the province of Puntarenas in Costa Rica, on the Nicoya Peninsula. Idyllic and relatively isolated, the place has long been loved by locals and tourists alike for its beautiful beaches and exciting surf spots.
In recent years, the city has also grown in popularity among the elite, often being dubbed “the next Tulum”, in reference to the famous Mexican city. Santa Teresa has now become a luxury vacation destination that offers a myriad of recreational experiences. Today, visitors indulge in activities such as yoga retreats, surf clubs, and more.
It’s this special attraction that drove the Israeli couple, Tami and Ran, to put down roots in this rural town in central Central America.
“We fell in love at first sight,” the couple recalled. “The quiet beaches that make up the landscape, the energy of the people and the atmosphere of a small paradise village. And especially yoga and surfing. We knew then that this was the place we wanted to live.
They had barely begun building their dream home, eyeing a prime location on the edge of a mountain and with sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. This luxurious four-bedroom, five-bathroom home is now proudly Santa Teresa’s Villa Nof Yam.
From its elevated location sixty meters above the ocean waters, the villa offers breathtaking ocean views from every room and is nestled like a boat floating atop the mountain. The exclusive accommodation welcomes visitors with a range of bespoke vacation experiences, including yoga classes and the services of a dedicated chef. While maintaining its quiet seclusion, the villa’s location provides easy access to the beach, shops and restaurants.
A notable feature of Villa Nof Yam is its innovative design dedicated to sustainability – from its purified natural well water to its bio sewage system. The architecture of the property cleverly allows occupants to savor the surrounding nature while enjoying the comforts of modern life. This is well displayed in the villa’s saltwater infinity pool that seems to stretch out to the waters of the ocean and its spacious open terraces embraced by the coastal forest canopy and ventilated by the sea breeze. ocean blowing on mountain face.
Since opening, Tami and Ran have welcomed many guests to the villa, many of whom testify to the quality of their vacation experiences. One guest in particular said, “So much to do here and so many magical moments to experience here. The service is excellent and the villa is breathtakingly beautiful. We are surrounded by lush jungle and wild, pristine beaches.”
More information about Villa Nof Yam can be found at https://villanofyam.com/.