Ollie’s Point is a surfing spot with a fast hollow right point break, which is located 270 kilometers from San Jose. There is no road access to Ollie’s Point and the only way to reach it is to hire a boat from Playa del Coco or Tamarindo. It is illegal to camp on the land at Ollie’s Point and there are no hotels in the area. People wishing to surf at Ollie’s Point should stay in other areas such as Playa del Coco, Playa Grande or Tamarindo and hire a boat to get to Ollie’s Point.
Ollie’s Point is preferable on a high tide and should be avoided during low tide. It is recommended that only experienced surfers ride the world class waves here due to the dangerous rocks. It is expected that there should be suitable surfing conditions for 150 days of the year with an average wave length of 150 to 300 meters however, on a good day you can expect wave lengths from 300 to 500 meters. There is a south westerly swell direction with the wind coming in from the east.
Although Ollie’s Point is off the beaten track and is accessed only by boat, a swell size of up to 16 feet means that it can become quite crowded during the weekend. For a quieter surfing session, it would be better to take a trip to Ollie’s Point during the week.