Montezuma is a small beach town with high cliffs, surrounded by rivers, waterfalls and exuberant nature, one of the most important tourist destinations in Costa Rica. Located in the southern part of the Nicoya Peninsula, it is visited by tourists from all over the world for its natural beauties and also attracted by the history and experiences of a foreign couple who lived in this town who were promoters of protected areas and National parks in Costa Rica. Very close to the center of Montezuma and in a sector of high added value, is Villa Guayacán, immersed in 15,966 M2 of nature and surrounded by trees of all kinds such as guanacaste, cenízaro, cedar, laurel, almond, real guayacán, yellow bark, pochote and other fruit species such as mango, avocado, orange etc.
The solid construction of the Villa was inspired by the classic Colombian haciendas with a central internal garden and is composed of three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen, a dining room, two living rooms and two terraces and measures 601 square meters. There is also a garage and three storage sheds. There is a 32 meter deep drilled well, a water storage tank and an automatic gate at the entrance. The electrical line is underground and although there is a drinking water well, there is also water service supplied by the local public company.