A 3.2 magnitude earthquake took place at the mouth of the gulf of Nicoya at 5:25 p.m. Monday. The location was about 28.2 miles west southwest of Jacó in the central Pacific and 26.5 kilometers east of Cabo Blanco at the tip of the Nicoya peninsula. That’s about 16 miles.
Some 19 minutes later another quake took place 25 kilometers southeast of Tayutic de Turrialba. That has a magnitude of 3.3, said the Red Sismológica Nacional at the Universidad de Costa Rica.