This program of the first network of television in France proposes reports and very strong documents, as well as the portraits of personalities or anonymous people who make the current events. It is viewed, every week, by more than 5 million viewers.
The May 16, 2021 issue was dedicated to Costa Rica and presented three expatriate couples involved in the protection of the environment.
Gay Séjour Magazine presents in each issue a selection of the friendly tourist offer in France and in the world.
The June 2019 issue presents Punta Preciosa on a full page.
The Petit Futé is a french collection of tourist guides covering all the destinations of the world.
For several years, it has presented Punta Preciosa in its Costa Rica edition.
“… Beautiful wooden house, in the heart of the wildlife refuge Preciosa Platanares. At the end of a track along a wild beach, a small air of end of the world reigns here, between jungle, sea and mangrove, at only fifteen minutes from Puerto Jimenez. Two guest rooms only. Located on the first floor, they are airy and have a pleasant balcony, with a view on the sea and the luxuriant vegetation.
There are many activities to do on site and the excursions offered are authentic. You can fish in the gulf, visit the mangrove in kayak, ride a horse. But above all, just a few steps from the house, Pascal will take you to discover the phenomenon of bioluminescence at nightfall, the magic works and emotions explode when you put your head under water and hear the whales singing: they come to reproduce in the gulf in high season…”
“… Punta Preciosa is a beautiful guesthouse located on a strip of land at the end of one of the wildest beaches of Golfo Dulce. All around, the beach, the river, the mangrove and the jungle. The view from the rooms and terraces is breathtaking, both on the sea and the jungle. Two rooms only…
15 minutes away from Puerto Jimenez, in the heart of the Preciosa Platanares Refuge, Punta Preciosa aims at total immersion in a “concentrate” of Costa Rica. The house is made of wood, refined and relaxing, allowing you to fully enjoy the beauty that surrounds you. The atmosphere is warm and thoughtful, even relaxed.
It is also an excellent base for the discovery of the many treasures of the south of the Osa Peninsula. Your French-speaking host loves his little paradise and will suggest kayaking, horseback riding and other simple options to extend the immersion…”