The Reserve at Dominical
Developers wanted. Shovel-ready!
This South Pacific Developer’s Dream with a full master plan–developed by an internationally renowned firm and approved by the municipality– is a project that unites over 800 acres (320 Ha) in the South Pacific region of Costa Rica. It includes plans for homes, condos, ocean-front and mountain amenities, and a marina alongside a beach club.
The South of Costa Rica is served by national roads, daily local flights from the two major international airports in the country, and as an ideal site for a potential marina, it can be a hub for the boating community.
The property is under 10 minutes away from the local airport on boat and under 20 minutes on land. A heliport license exists for the property, and the marina would have additional piers for non-permanent boats– roughly 150 slips.
Golfito Bay is the most naturally protected port in Central America, completely encased by natural barriers which result in calm waters all year round. Its name literally explains its privileged position: a small gulf within a larger one! This key factor has made the area the virtually exclusive destination on the Pacific Coast for all yacht transport companies.
The marina has all required permits (CIMAT). It includes a master plan for a small hotel, a restaurant, apartments for crew members and other leisure areas.
The bay is inside a natural reserve and the property has 3km of bay front, where you can practice world-class fishing. The Osa Peninsula lies across the water and has been described by National Geographic as one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth.
Oh, and don’t forget the world renown surf mecca in Pavones, just a car ride away!
Ocean / Beach
Ocean / Beach
Costa Rica’s pristine beaches, beautiful nature and thriving local economy have driven many people to call Costa Rica their second home. The country has thrived in recent years and owning a home in Costa Rica is an affordable luxury. More than 20,000 U.S. expatriates already live in Costa Rica. The wide range of scenic landscapes and microclimates make Costa Rica a dream for people looking for a vacation home. Covering 51,000 scenic square kilometers, Costa Rica is a safe place to call home. There is a low incidence of violent crime. Outside the capital city thereisn’t much crime of any kind. It is a country with amazing people, a high standard of living, and an exciting blend of local and foreign cultures.