This 287 hectares and 4081.37 square meters property is nestled in the South Pacific province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. This area has some of the richest marine and terrestrial ecosystems in the world. There is an annual rain precipitation count of 3500 millimeters. Therefore, this is a very intense rainforest area.\n\nForty hectares are located in the Ciudad Cortes County and 247 are located in Palmar Norte County. The farm has 2 kilometer edge with the canal of the Terraba River (second biggest river in Costa Rica). In these canals, a great diversity of animal species can be found. This property has a front of 500 linear meters on both sides of the Costanera highway. This gives it a high value for capital gain. This gives those 5 hectares the possibility to be urbanized.\n\nThis property also has archeological value. During the pre- Columbian time, a native group called Bruncas habited in this area. Still today, not far from Palmar Norte we have the indigenous reserves of Boruca and Curre.\nThe property is located only 200 meters away from the Ciudad Cortes new hospital.\n\nThis property is located nearby Ciudad Cortes. It is a 10 min drive from Palmar Norte. It can be reached very easily by airplane or by car. If you choose to fly, it is only a 45 minute flight form The Juan Santa Maria Airport to the Palmar Sur airport (10 minutes away from the property). If you go by car it is a 4 ½ hour drive from San Jose thru the Inter American Highway.\n\nSome of the near by attractions are: Dominical Beach (45 minute car ride), Uvita beach ( 5 minute drive), Sierpe River (20 minute car ride) and from here it is 1 ½ hour boat ride to the Cano Island a protected National Park with a very rich marine ecosystem… great to snorkel, scuba dive or just relax playing beach ball. From here you can easily get to Drake Bay and/or Corcovado National Park. Corcovado is the largest protected area of Costa Rica and according to National Geographic” the most intensive active biological area of the world”. It is also close by to the southern border line between Costa Rica and Panama-Paso Canoas.\n\nMore features:\n\n\n1. Agricultural area approximately 222 hectares which can be used to plant and /or put the cattle to graze. This area is very flat. In the future it has a huge potential to build mountain hotels with a wide range of entertainment activities such as golf courses.\n\n2. 28 hectares of mountain land with a beautiful view to Drake Bay (from the south flank), Dominical beach, the Costanera highway (north flank) and the cities of Palmar Norte and Palmar Sur (to the west).\n\n3. Villa Karen, an approximately 10 hectares villa. It has a small artificial lake with a grotto. It was built with river stones, cement and sand. It has some animal sculptures used to decorate. This lake could have small aquatic life. The lake is water fed by a cascade. The water is drawn from the rivers that cross the property and also from fluvial waters. This Villa also has many fruit trees and picnic areas. The entrance to this Villa is in front of the Costanera Highway.\n\n4. Maternity and Yucca: Two lots with flat topography. They measure 15 hectares between the two. They are located between 100 to 200 meters from the new hospital of the CCSS. This has accelerated population growth around it due to the proximity.\n\n5. The “Boot” is a part of the property located next to the lots previously described. It is a little distant to the Hospital. This lot inlays towards the depths of the property and also it is located next to the agricultural area (point 1). This is a property that can be urbanized in the future when the demand for land close to the new Puerto Cortes grows.