Limón places at your disposal 336 kilometers of white sand, beaches, and palm trees, as well as amazing national parks of protected tropical rainforests and coral reefs, and hundreds of endangered species of flora and fauna.
The entire Caribbean coast of the country is within this province. In this region, important scientific research is carried out and it has become a special place for scientific and ecological tourism. Among the main aspects of the Afro-Limonese culture is their use of Spanish and English, the majority of the population being bilingual, although they also speak Mekatelyu.
Bishop Monsignor Javier Gerardo Román Arias
He entered the Dominic Savio Seminary in 1974, where he completed his secondary studies in Cartago. He was ordained as a priest on December 8, 1987. Monsignor Román Arrieta, then Archbishop of San José, ordained him. He was named third Bishop of the Diocese of Limón on March 19, 2015, and his appointment was made public on March 21 of the same year. He was consecrated bishop on May 30, 2015, by the Archbishop of San José, Monsignor José Rafael Quirós Quirós.
Spanish, Patuá, Mekatelyu and indigenous languages
Constituted Diocese on
February 16, 1921