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Real information and stories from Guanacaste , Costa Rica. Presneted by a long time expat living and working in Costa Rica
Single Story For Sale in Papagayo Gulf

Last Large Parcel in Gold Coast

•  single story - $0 USD - Serious Inquires Only

 -  The Diamond is located in the NW Pacific coast region of the country, Guanacaste, also known as the Gold Coast. Costa Rica is very reminiscent of Hawaii in the 60s and 70s with active volcanoes, spectacular beaches and great climate. Over the last few years, Guanacaste has been the focus of that investment, and most recently, the Gulfo Papagayo. The Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia is only 25 minutes away, with daily flights from Delta, Continental, Northwest, US Airways, Air Canada and American with plans for America West as well. Add to that newly paved roads, municipal water, new developments, excellent private schools, first rate medical and dental services, great golf courses, world-class fishing and scuba diving, pristine beaches and some of the best surfing in the world and you begin to see the allure.
The Four Seasons has opened their newest gem a $350,000,000 resort with a CRGA rated Arnold Palmer Golf Course directly across the Gulf of Papagayo. Just up the road from our office is the new Papagayo Golf and Country Club.
There are currently plans for over a dozen resort hotels to be built here in the Papagayo including the Ritz Carlton, Miraval Day Spa, Maya, JW Marriott, Hilton, Aman, Rosewood, Regent, Fairmont, St. Regis, Starwood, RIU, Canyon Ranch, Westin, Andre Agassi Resorts, Ritz Carlton and the Hyatt. Also, there are plans for three new marinas, one in Playa Del Coco, one at the Hilton Resort and one adjacent to the Four Seasons. All of this has everyone very excited as property values, tourism and business will skyrocket over the next few years making this one of the best investmen

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Posted: Thursday, October 30, 2008 10:00 PM by Joseph A. Emanuelli
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