117,950 square meters of land that has already been mostly cleared. The property is currently producing income as a pasture rental for herds of cattle. The property has a river on one end, so water will not be a problem. Electricity already runs past this property too, so that will not be a problem either. The property is fully titled and ready for a new owner.
It has ocean views from some of the higher spots on the property; with a two story home, the views would be amazing. The property is mostly usable flat land. This area of Pavones, Costa Rica is called ‘La Yerba’ and is known for its abundant wildlife. The La Yerba School is only about 300 meters away, but still far enough to maintain privacy. In this area you will be able to see some of Costa Rica’s most exotic creatures, like Sloths, Jaguarundis, Ocelots, Howler Monkeys, “Titi” (Squirrel Moneys) and White-faced Capuchin monkeys, Scarlett Macaws, Toucans and many more exciting animals.
The adjacent property is also offered for sale by the same owner for an additional $209,900. It is forested, in contrast to this one being cleared already. The lot is 110,481 square meters. It has the potential for better views, as it has raised ridges that could potentially be cleared for a house (there are several areas). Both properties can be purchased together for $419,800.
From this property you can be at the beach in 10 minutes and we have some of the best beaches in Costa Rica. The famous Pavones Point, with the world’s second longest left-hand wave, is just 15 minutes away. Head in the other direction and you will come up to Pilon Point, which rivals Pavones Point for the best wave in the area, however with many less surfers than Pavones Point. There are many other great surf locations in the area, such as Punta Banco and Zancudo. The beaches in Pilon and Zancudo do have some well protected areas with smaller waves for those that don’t surf or families. The area also has some of the world’s best big-game fishing where the locals pull out giant Tuna and Mahi.
This location is ideal for anyone that wants total and complete privacy in the lush Costa Rican jungle. It’s also an ideal location for an eco-lodge or yoga retreat. The landscape has a good amount of elevation change in some sections that would be ideal for horse trails, hiking trails, or even a tourism zip line. Pavones currently boasts the world’s second-longest wave and its waters are warm all year around. Besides the world-class surfing, the area also has some of the world’s best big-game fishing and diving.
The community of Pavones is still small but growing and a newly paved road has now been approved that will make it much easier, faster, and more comfortable to reach our location. The time to invest in this surfing mecca is now while it’s still a small little surfing town!
Known as a surfer’s haven, Pavones is a small community located along the southern Pacific Coast. Surrounded by jungle and home to multiple world class surf breaks. Pavones is also surrounded by diverse wildlife in the lush rainforest nearby. Wildlife is rich, abundant and diverse. The deep jungle meets the coast with incredible lush tropical landscape. Wildlife abounds with a variety of monkeys including howlers and white faced, toucans, mccaws, sloths and so much more.
Pavones isn’t just another Costa Rica surfer town – this region is home to some of the best, longest wave in the world. This remote village can be a challenge to get to, but as the second longest left behind Chicama, Peru, the travels may be worth it. When a south southwest swell comes in, the surf here is fast, intense and the ride can last up to 2 minutes. No joke, Red Bull filmed Robby Naish surfing a wave for 2 minutes 15 seconds and going over 1 km!