Why Costa Rica > Why Weíve Chosen Puntarenas
Surrounded by the Gulf of Nicoya, the province of Puntarenas caters to your every heartís desire: nature reserves in the mountains, agriculture in the plains and tourist development along the beaches. Containing the well-known duty-free port of Puntarenas, this province attracts a loyal tourist base, beckoning local day-trippers, and holiday deal-seekers, as well as being the starting point for many excursion tours and ferries. It has recently become the most important port of call for some of the major cruise liners with its waterfront seafood restaurants, bars, and lively weekends. The Puntarenas.com website talks about the local tourist attractions of the region.
Weíve focused on real estate investment in this area due to its duty-free port of call Puntarenas with itís new marina and strategic positioning just 1 hour from the international airport of Liberia in the north and the capital San Jose with its international airport in the south. This carefully selected location for land and timber projects benefits from its proximity to the Pan-Am highway running from Alaska to South America, which connects San Jose to the established tourist villages and beaches of the Pacific Coast. The Go Visit Costa Rica tourism website details the immensely popular Puntarenas region and all it has to offer.
Costa Ricaís next hotspot, the province of Puntarenas had the most construction permits issued last year. Within this area you find numerous large scale real estate development projects, including the new Hilton Doubletree resort hotel on the lovely Playa Dona Ana, as well as the 1st Central American Blue Flag beach and booming town of Jaco, with itís new marina and 2000 beachfront condos. Add to this the new Central Pacific Chamber of Commerce, the new freeway currently under construction connecting San Jose to Jaco to cut drive times in half, and the new $3 million promenade planned in Jaco Ö Timing is everything and now is the time to buy building land in this area!
- Close to many small islands and romantic beaches in sheltered bays
- Major tourist investment dollars being spent all along the coast
- Millions of dollars currently being invested in development projects within the proximity
- Local land prices increased 25% per annum over last 7 years, 40% in last year alone
- Sea view building lots available, just a few kilometres from the beach
- Lots already zoned as development land
- Low annual management fees plus hassle free management
- Duty-free port of Puntarenas just one hour drive from 2 international airports
- Just 10 minutes by ferry to the world famous Tortugas Islands
- Directly off or near the Pan-Am highway, connecting the capital to the Central Pacific beach towns
- 15 minutes or less to already established tourist destinations