Waterfront Commercial Property with Dock Rights in Downtown Golfito
The property has been zoned for condominiums and with the construction of a private dock, each owner could have their own private boat slip. The land is just over one acre and it sits right on the main street through downtown Golfito. This road is lined with restaurants, shops, and tourist adventures which makes it a great location for a new business in an expanding area.
There are a variety of business opportunities available here that include restaurants, hospitality, condominiums, a yacht club, or fishing lodge and charter. With the purchase of this property you own up to the high tide line and have the rights to build a dock on a concessioned lease.
Golfito Marina Village makes Golfito an Emerging Tourist Destination
Right next door to the property, a new marina has taken root, Golfito Marina Village. This marina is large enough to service cruise ships and super yachts. This is also the first refueling opportunity for any ship passing north through the Panama Canal.
The Corcovado National Park is known as the Crown Jewel of National Parks in Costa Rica and protects about a third of the Osa Peninsula. It’s one of the last remaining reserves of lowland tropical forests in the world. It’s incredibly important to maintain because the vast variety of wildlife requires space, free of humans, to thrive.
Amongst the mountains of the Piedras Blancas National Park, the Esquinas and Piedras Blancas rivers are covered in dense evergreen forest. This forest is home to many rare, tropical trees as well as a variety of wildlife habitats. This conservation effort makes the park a great tourist destination for bird watching and hikes during the daytime and at night.
Golfito is Home to Some of the World's Best Sports Fishing
Did you know that Golfito Bay was once the sportfishing capital of the world? Not many people did back in the day, but the word is out now, which is why the area continues to be a major destination for fishing thrill seekers from all around the world. Golfito started as a banana republic when Chiquita Brands moved in and started building most of the infrastructure we see here today. It’s because of these plantations that Golfito truly started to develop. Now there is a quaint economy built around sports fishing and eco-tourism.
Prospective buyers have a unique opportunity to get into this city while it’s still early in the development process. With people traveling to the area by plane and boat, you’re sure to see a boom in the local economy year after year.
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