FINCA LAS LAPAS
156 Ha / 385 Acres
Ocean view: 25 Ha / 62 acres
Pastures (brizantha): 90 Ha / 222 acres
Wood (melina & native): 50 Ha / 123 acres
2 existing wells and 8 different spots for new wells
3 spring water
Water dam / gravity irrigation
2K gallon water tank
2 miles from Potrero Beach, on the road to Sardinal/Coco/Papagayo Area (Monkey Trail)
6 miles in front of public road
14 different paddocks
Abundant wildlife (deers, monkeys, birds, etc)
Minor assets: 4-bedroom ranch + workers-house
2 miles from future Flamingo Marina (Potrero).
Near-future plan to pave road (will be main entrance to Flamingo/Tamarindo area coming from Liberia Intl Airport and hospitals).
Neighboring properties currently selling 5k m2 parcels @ $15 per sq meter
Asking Price: $3.75 per sq meter
Fly into the airport and be at a dazzling tropical paradise beach in less than 1 hour!
The Guanacaste beaches of Costa Rica.
The Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia receives flights from all over the world, and is perfectly positioned for visiting the northern Pacific beaches of Costa Rica’s Guanacaste province.
The Northern Pacific Coast is the driest area of Costa Rica. Hot, dry plains stretch inland and dry tropical forest and open beaches line the coast. Because of the ins and outs of the coastline with coves, bays, rocky points, etc., there are more than 50 named beaches along the Guanacaste Coast, which extends from the Nicaragua border to just above the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula.
Imagine everlasting summer with fabulous beaches and warm, clear water. Surfing is sensational and world-class at places like Tamarindo, Avellana Beach, Witch’s Rock at Playa Naranjo, Playa Negra where the famous surf movie Endless Summer II was filmed.
You can find excellent scuba diving and snorkeling off of Flamingo Bay, Ocotal Beach and Conchal Beach. There are famous nesting sites for the giant leatherback sea turtle (Playa Baulas and Playa Grande) and also Olive Ridley sea turtles (Ostional Beach).
Guanacaste is known for its horses, ranches and cowboys, and a horseback ride down a long beach or along forest trails is an amazing experience. Definitely plan a visit to the Santa Rosa National Park with pretty trails through dry tropical forest, historical sites, good camping and beautiful beaches.
Along this “Gold Coast,” you can find everything from wild, completely deserted beaches to booming, buzzing beach towns full of life, hotels, restaurants, night clubs and activity. You can stay in huge resorts such as the Four Seasons, JW Marriott and various Hiltons, or luxurious vacation rental homes, or small B&B’s.