The Pavones Vista Del Mar Lot is at the end of the scenic Santa Clara Road. The area gets nice breezes which keeps the air fresh. The unique location at the end of a road attracts an abundance of wildlife. The lot features stunning ocean views with a short drive to the village of Pavones and the Pavones Point. Fully titled with water and backs to a nature preserve.
The property is extra special because it has two views. To the west are sweeping ocean views of the Osa Penninsula, Matapalo Point, and the Gulfo Dulce. To the east are endless views of the Tiskita Private Biological Reserve Rainforest and beyond that the Guyami Indigenous Reservation.
There’s an unfinished cabina on-site with one bathroom. It can easily be built up with a second story. The Pavones Vista Del Mar Lot is fully fenced.
There’s a freshwater well included and capped with concrete. A water hose and cable run to the house and tank. Stay off-grid and solar panels or you can have electricity added to the property. The area is perfect for growing your own food with room for chickens and livestock.
The adjacent 2-hectare parcel can be included in the sale for a total of 2 1/2 hectares. The cost for the entire property is $149,000 (only $5.96/meter). Please ask about further details and to see the plot map (plano).
Santa Clara is a special area adjacent to Pavones. The neighborhood is situated along a mountain road. Only a 10-minute drive to Pavones Point with Punta Banco and Pilon to the north and south with a 20 min drive, respectively.
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 an incredible lush tropical landscape. Wildlife abounds with a variety of monkeys including howlers and white-faced, toucans, macaws, sloths and so much more.
Pavones isn’t just another Costa Rica surfer town – this region is home to some of the best, longest waves 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!