Limon Homes For Sale

Limon, Costa Rica is a province full of contradictions. While its eastern coastline borders the Caribbean Sea, this rugged area is void of tourists and meticulously groomed beaches. Instead, you'll discover an ethnically diverse area and unspoilt landscapes which remain relatively undiscovered by vacationers when compared to other provinces in Costa Rica.

However, if you enjoy exploring off of the beaten track, the Limon real estate market is an ideal living option for you. With lush jungles to the north, pristine coastline to the east, and expansive national parks located throughout, this area was certainly meant for nature lovers.

Limon is also bordered by Heredia and Cartago to the west, Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south. Learn more about Limon real estate.

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Real Estate in Limon, Costa Rica

For the most part, the Limon real estate market is sparsely distributed, with most properties concentrated near the coastline and Puerto Limon, the heart of the region.

While there are numerous re-sale homes available for sale, the best investments come with the purchase of vacant land in Limon. Many foreign buyers are opting to start from square one, building their dream homes from scratch. It should be noted however, that remote areas have little or no infrastructure, and so require a long term investment strategy.

For those homebuyers with deep pockets, entire resorts can be found for sale. Though priced in the millions, they have lots of potential to become lucrative businesses.

Limon is unique in its diversity. Unlike other provinces in Costa Rica, this area has a significant Afro-Caribbean population, as well as the country's largest Chinese population. As a result, visitors can experience a medley of cultural influences from the local language to regional cuisine. The easy-going atmosphere of the region is quite contagious.

Amenities in Limon Province

There's a reason why eco-tourism is one of the area's top employers. With hectares of rain forests and countless recreational opportunities to take advantage of, residents always find something new to explore.

Much of the local land is occupied by vast national parks, the largest of which is Barra del Colorado National Wildlife Refuge. Home to many endangered species of flora and fauna, it's popular with naturalists and animal lovers alike. Another popular attraction is Tortuguero National Park, located on the eastern coast of Limon, Costa Rica. Known for its local inhabitants, it's one of the best places to see nesting Green Sea Turtles in their natural habitat.

If you prefer to venture into civilization, the coastal city of Puerto Limon is always bustling with activity. Take a walking tour of the city, and admire the stunning architecture or browse one of the many open-air markets for local fare and hand-crafted goods. Being a port city, a visit to the waterfront yields sweeping views of the Caribbean and beyond.

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