Santa Teresa, Costa Rica
Santa Teresa is a small town in Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica. It is located about 150 kilometres (93 mi) west of the capital city of San José. Like other coastal villages on the Nicoya Peninsula, Santa Teresa started as a remote fishing village, relying on agriculture, cattle ranching and small-scale fishing. Today, tourism is the main source of income of most families. In the past 10 years, Santa Teresa has become a popular place to settle down for young families from all over the world. There's an international bilangual montessori ellementary school in Hermosa Beach and soon to open a highschool.
Public transport connects the neighboring cities of Cobano, Montezuma and Mal Pais. Direct bus connections go as far as San José. Car and ATV rentals are also available. Many visitors fly to San Jose and catch a connecting flight to Tambor. Nature Air and Sansa Airlines serve Tambor. Santa Teresa is approximately a 45 minute drive from the Tambor airport. 
- Nardella, Paul. "RPV".