Finca de 36.5ha en Quepos
Nicoya Peninsula Beach Parcel with Rustic Home consists of 2.2ha of land, of which 0.7ha are concession land with a beach that in practice is private.
Just off the Paquera ferry landing on the inside coast of the Peninsula de Nicoya of Costa Rica, this property boasts some fantastic nature, a virtually private beach, services and utilities, two simple homes, and some infrastructre for receiving tourists as part of a commercial operation.
The site inlcudes two wooden homes, a boat workshop, a small restaurant, ideal for commercial operations for tourism. The beach is naturally enclosed, and boasts palms, fruit trees on the slopes behind it, and is really a great beach when the tide is low. While Costa Rica doesn´t really have any private beaches, because a margin of 50 meters from seashore and frontiers is state owned and another 150 meters is normally concessioned out by the municipalities, this property is an exceptional case and its land is registered up to 60 meters from the shore.
The property is near Paquera, and while it is a quiet, natural area near a small fishing community, it is also ideally situated to benefit from the large volumen of tourists that pass through the area with the ferry service and benefitting from the amenities Paquera offers (Banks, supermarkets, etc).
This is an ideal property for tourism operations. A hotel, restaurant, can be further built out (currently there are some tourism operations on the property in the form of an eco-tourism company of kayaking, sea-fishing, etc), benefitting from the existing trails throughout the property, the islands in the gulf, and the ideal location along the road to Tambor-Santa Teresa and more. Moreover, it can be used for residential development, a retreat center, a green investment focused on conservation, etc.
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