Playa Chumico is a beautiful private beach that is located in Pedasí, Los Santos Province. The land is titled and has 42 hectares of soft hills that gradually slope down to the ocean front with 1.3 kilometers of beach front.
This property has beautiful ocean views from just about every point on the property, making it the perfect setting for those looking for a large plot overlooking the Pacific ocean and where they can practice different activities surrounded by nature, ideal for a real estate development, hotel, or private home with a ranch or all of the above.
There are several beautiful beaches on this property, each separated by small rock points, providing for privacy in each of the beaches. There are several reefs and some small islands just offshore from this property where the sport fishermen commonly catch yellow fin tuna, mahi-mahi, and other fish species.
There are multiple beach breaks and point breaks on this property, with excellent surf for both beginners and experienced surfers.
The Oria River is just a short drive down the coast, where you can enjoy stand up paddling or kayaking through the river and mangroves to enjoy sight seeing of all kinds of birds, monkeys, and other wild animals in nature. This is a one of a kind, property for an exclusive buyer who is seeking a truly beautiful setting for a special project. For sale at $20/m2 or $8.4 million.
ABOUT OF PEDASI
The town of Pedasí, head of the district of the same name, is located southeast of the province of Los Santos. Its geography is basically made up of plains. It has large stretches of beaches such as El Arenal, El Toro, La Garita and Los Destiladeros, among others.
Isla Iguana is a wildlife refuge, an island that can be reached by a 20-minute boat ride from El Arenal beach. The 52-hectare island is surrounded by a coral reef, which gives it white sand beaches: El Cirial beach (252 meters long) and Little Lighthouse beach (37 meters long). The refuge is home to more than 62 species of birds, and an important nesting site for the frigate bird (Fregata magnificens), with a population of more than 5,000. The island is also home to several species of reptiles, including the black iguana (Ctenosaura similis) that gives the island its name. It also has a marine area, including 40 hectares of a channel for the migration of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) between June and October, and one of the best preserved coral reefs in Panama. The reef is home to a wide variety of fish, rays, eels, and sea turtles.