Exclusive! $189,000 USD - Residential Land
Costa Maya Puerto Angel is one of the most desirable beaches in the Mahahual area with its stunning, white sandy beaches and aquamarine waters. Located a mere 13 km south of Mahahual, this Costa Maya Puerto Angel lot is about 500 meters from the paved access road to the beach, making it a short twenty minute drive to the center of Mahahual.
This Costa Maya Puerto Angel lot is 25 meters wide and 110 meters deep, and includes property on the back side of the beach road for a caretaker’s cottage, a garage or both!
Costa Maya Puerto Angel is one of the most rapidly developing areas! It’s dotted with several beautiful new beach homes. Make this the location of your very own dream beach home!
The stunning area known as the Costa Maya is located on the lower third of the Yucatan peninsula on the sparkling blue Caribbean Sea. Known for its pristine white sandy beaches, Costa Maya is a tropical paradise with fauna and flora including abundant coconut palm trees.
Centered in the Costa Maya is the small town of Mahahual. Once a sleepy fishing village, Mahahual has grown into a small resort town with charming hotels and a wide range of dining and shopping opportunities. Costa Maya offers a wide range of spectacular water activities including snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea and bone fishing, paddle boarding, swimming and just plain relaxing on the beach!
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In this area, pelicans, cormorants and frigate birds routinely patrol overhead while hundreds of sandpipers flash mob at the shore’s edge. Only several hundred yards offshore, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef protects the coastline from possible turbulent seas. The coral reef, often known as the Mayan Barrier Reef, is the second largest barrier reef in the world – second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia – and extends 1000 km from the Yucatan Peninsula to Honduras. A diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise, the Reef is home not only to five hundred species of fish, it is also home to one of the largest colonies of manatees on the planet. Once or so a year, giant sea turtles, of which there are five species in these area waters, may waddle onto the beach in search of premier nesting sites.