For Sale $4,500,000 Reduced from $8,000,000 - Land
Private bay! The 111 manzanas (193.14 acres) includes an entire bay and the surrounding hills to the south and north, ensuring privacy. The northern limit of El Toro goes up to just over 100 meters above sea level and borders on the land called the Bancentro land that goes down to Marsella.
The Bay is quite shallow and only suitable for anchoring small to medium size boats. It is protected from wave action and there is only an up-and-down of the water with each swell making the bay ideal for swimming, floating, SUP-ing, beginner kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, or cast fishing from a rowboat or dinghy. The beach is made up of rounded pebbles and stones and there is no sand except on the far south side where there is a small stretch of sand only accessible by water or by walking around the shore on the rocks. This means that most of the time, the water is clearer than at other beaches. The shoreline at the center of the bay is such that you can drive a vehicle up to within 2 to 5 meters of the water’s edge, making it easy to launch small boats from a trailer or the back of a truck. It is completely feasible to build a small jetty or dock into the water for launching or tying up any small boats.
Facing west, the property takes in some amazing sunsets. From the top and west sides of the hills, there is an incredible 180 degree panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and coastal hillsides. Over the last 24 years, the combination of conservation, natural regeneration, and reforestation has resulted in the land being completely covered with forest, except for the road and a small clearing on the shore at the center of the bay and few miles of foot/horse trails in the hills.
This property is perfect for an eco lodge that focuses on conservation and natural tourism offering activities like snorkeling, hiking, and horse back riding.