The coastal town of Drake Bay and it’s perfect half-moon beach, which sit just minutes from Isla de Caño, the Sierpe River, and Corcovado National Park, are considered one of the most inaccessible places in the entire country. Located at the mouth of río “Agujitas”, hiding the ship of Sir Francis Drake. You have access to a public street and public pier, availability of water, electricity and telephone. Cellular phone signal is there..
You can reach Drake Bay by air or by boat, crossing the world’s largest Sierpe mangrove forest. Corcovado National Park and Drake Bay and surrounding reserves represent the largest remaining tract of pacific coast rainforest left in the Western Hemisphere!
This fantastic titled property which we think has the most commercial value is on 3 hectares of land.. It is a mix of primary rain forest and secondary rain forest.
The farm is pure titled property and very rare to find and does not include concession areas. The master plan of the Municipality of Osa has included also this area including as sustainable tourism development. According the owner the height restriction is two floors and density to build is 25% Since this was a secondary forest no problem of establishing a master plan. Ocean Views are over all the bay area.