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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The province of Puntarenas provides one of the 10 best sunsets in the world. This conclusion came from Spanish Television (TVE), which devoted an episode of ‘Spaniards in the World’ to highlight this region of Costa Rica.

    Sites like Corcovado, Manuel Antonio and the city of Puntarenas were identified as lush landscapes. Full of flora and fauna characterized as being “spectacular”. The program was broadcast Monday on the main channel of TVE, called La 1 .

    Playa Manuel Antonio was acclaimed as the best in Central America by the Spaniards. In turn, they assured that Santa Teresa offers one of the best sunsets around the globe.

    ‘Spaniards in the World’, takes the experience of Spanish citizens who went out of their borders in search of a better future. In this recent edition, they interviewed seven Spaniards who have several years of living in Costa Rica.

    Pastimes such as surfing, snorkeling, and visiting national parks are part of the content that prepared the broadcaster.

    “Puntarenas is one of the seven provinces that make Costa Rica. It is the largest, occupies virtually the entire Pacific coast and also is the most lush and wild country. Here we found a group of Spaniards who came looking for sun, beach, nature, wildlife but, above all, a way of life “, published TVE.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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