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Tennis outfits in Grecia perfect for active retirement in Costa Rica


Tennis outfits in Grecia perfect for active retirement in Costa RicaWhen showing property with clients a while ago, I saw a couple of tennis rackets and a basket full of tennis balls in the garage of the Grecia home for sale. We were way up in the mountains of Grecia and it didn’t need much imagination to figure out that the property didn’t have its own tennis court unless the owner liked to hit tennis balls into the valley for the fun of it.

Thanks to the owners of that property, I can give you the good news about another great amenity in Grecia: tennis courts. I always thought that the Costa Rica Tennis Club in Sabana, San Jose was the only club with decent tennis courts in the Central Valley, not counting the various country clubs like the Cariari Country Club, the Costa Rica Country Club and the Los Reyes Country Club, which are all membership clubs.

I wasn’t aware that there are quite a few expats who retired in Grecia because they play tennis, the reason for this small blog about it. For those who are looking for an active retirement, living in Grecia can be a great option. If you plan to move to Costa Rica and tennis is your sport, Grecia might possibly be a good choice.

Check out the local tennis scene at:

Tennis Academy Webb

Address: 1 km al Norte de la Delegación del Transito, por Calle Corinto, Grecia.
Open: 06:00 AM – 05:00 PM from Monday to Friday. Saturday 06:00 AM – 12:00 MD.
Phones: 2495-0033/ 2495-0034




The Tennis Acedamy Webb in Grecia – Costa Rica

Smash Tennis Center

Address: 300 metros norte Plaza de Deportes, Calle San Jose, Grecia
Open: call for opening hours
Phones: 2100-4042 / 8524-3030


Smash Tennis Center in Grecia - Costa Rica

Smash Tennis Center in Grecia – Costa Rica


Both have covered courts and Smash is very, very active in instruction and has local tournaments.

The Tennis Academy Webb and the Smash Tennis Center are very easily accessible from the different locations in Grecia like Cajon and San Isidro, as well as Naranjo and Sarchi, where most of our Costa Rica real estate clients live.

Wonder why I give you all this information? Well, being the most active real estate company in Grecia, we try to update you on everything what is going on in that area. For rentals in Grecia, feel free to contact Melissa Hayes and if you’re in the market to purchase a property in Grecia, you can contact Brooke Bishop. I can assure you that you will be in good and knowledgeable hands.

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Ivo Henfling

If you are looking to buy a home in Costa Rica or invest in a condo anywhere in the central Valley, or looking for any property for sale in Escazu, you need to call me. I have been selling real estate in Escazu for over 20 years and can show you hundreds of happy buyers of real estate in Escazu and other areas. To me, a deal is not a good deal unless both buyer and seller are happy.

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