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Resort Site

Beachfront on Nicaragua’s majestic Gold Coast

Playa Pacifica Resort is located on 8 acres within the 2,500 acre master planned development of Gran Pacifica Golf and Beach Resort with 3.5 kilometers of beachfront on Nicaragua’s majestic Gold Coast just 45 minutes from the west side of Managua. Playa Pacifica is a sub-development within Gran Pacifica is a planned community of beautiful homes and condos a couple of blocks in from the beach. This resort community appeals to many North American retirees. There are currently 32 condo units and 70 residences already completed and Playa Pacifica will add another 62 condo units to the resort community. Complete Five Story Main Building that is designed to accommodate 62 condominium units 42 with an ocean view. Estimated completion is 18 months.

Resort Site

Beachfront on Nicaragua’s majestic Gold Coast

Playa Pacifica Resort is located on 8 acres within the 2,500 acre master planned development of Gran Pacifica Golf and Beach Resort with 3.5 kilometers of beachfront on Nicaragua’s majestic Gold Coast just 45 minutes from the west side of Managua. Playa Pacifica is a sub-development within Gran Pacifica is a planned community of beautiful homes and condos a couple of blocks in from the beach. This resort community appeals to many North American retirees. There are currently 32 condo units and 70 residences already completed and Playa Pacifica will add another 62 condo units to the resort community. Complete Five Story Main Building that is designed to accommodate 62 condominium units 42 with an ocean view. Estimated completion is 18 months.

Resort Site

Beachfront on Nicaragua’s majestic Gold Coast

Playa Pacifica Resort is located on 8 acres within the 2,500 acre master planned development of Gran Pacifica Golf and Beach Resort with 3.5 kilometers of beachfront on Nicaragua’s majestic Gold Coast just 45 minutes from the west side of Managua. Playa Pacifica is a sub-development within Gran Pacifica is a planned community of beautiful homes and condos a couple of blocks in from the beach. This resort community appeals to many North American retirees. There are currently 32 condo units and 70 residences already completed and Playa Pacifica will add another 62 condo units to the resort community. Complete Five Story Main Building that is designed to accommodate 62 condominium units 42 with an ocean view. Estimated completion is 18 months.

THE HIGHWAY TO PLAYA PACIFICA RESORT

PAVED AND INTERLOCKING ROADWAYS. Conveniently located just one hour from Managua International Airport.

THE JOURNEY

PAVED ROADS

THE LAST 11KM

THE PACIFIC LITORAL PROJECT

PLAYA PACIFICA OWNERS AND TOURISTS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THE BEACHES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC.

This is the in progress coastal highway. Once this highway is completed it will start or end only 10km south of Gran Pacifica/Playa Pacifica. Tourists from GP/PPR can make be a quick trip to Costa Rica and the beach communities in between or come up from Costa Rica to visit GP/PPR. There is going to be a dedicated frontier/border check point so that tourist can transit between the two countries without experiencing a long wait at the border check point.

Projection of the construction of the Pacific Litoral Road: Length: 141 KM. The Pacific Litoral Project was born as a need to provide tourists with access to the beaches of the South Pacific and allow the exploitation of farming areas and livestock, preserving our natural resources. The Central American tourist development aroused the concern to exploit large areas of the Pacific coast.

The Definitive Studies of the South LitoralProject contained: construction plans, evaluation of design standards, tender document, technical specifications, construction costs and supervision of the works. It was divided into three sections: Section I: From Masachapato the town of Las Salinas, with an approximate length of 67 kilometers. Section II: From the town of Las Salinas to San Juan del Sur, with a length of 38 kilometers. Section III: From San Juan del Sur to the border with Costa Rica, with a length of 36 kilometers.

THE PACIFIC LITORAL PROJECT

PLAYA PACIFICA OWNERS AND TOURISTS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THE BEACHES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC.

This is the in progress coastal highway. Once this highway is completed it will start or end only 10km south of Gran Pacifica/Playa Pacifica. Tourists from GP/PPR can make be a quick trip to Costa Rica and the beach communities in between or come up from Costa Rica to visit GP/PPR. There is going to be a dedicated frontier/border check point so that tourist can transit between the two countries without experiencing a long wait at the border check point.

Projection of the construction of the Pacific Litoral Road: Length: 141 KM. The Pacific Litoral Project was born as a need to provide tourists with access to the beaches of the South Pacific and allow the exploitation of farming areas and livestock, preserving our natural resources. The Central American tourist development aroused the concern to exploit large areas of the Pacific coast.

The Definitive Studies of the South LitoralProject contained: construction plans, evaluation of design standards, tender document, technical specifications, construction costs and supervision of the works. It was divided into three sections: Section I: From Masachapato the town of Las Salinas, with an approximate length of 67 kilometers. Section II: From the town of Las Salinas to San Juan del Sur, with a length of 38 kilometers. Section III: From San Juan del Sur to the border with Costa Rica, with a length of 36 kilometers.

THE PACIFIC LITORAL PROJECT

PLAYA PACIFICA OWNERS AND TOURISTS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THE BEACHES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC.

This is the in progress coastal highway. Once this highway is completed it will start or end only 10km south of Gran Pacifica/Playa Pacifica. Tourists from GP/PPR can make be a quick trip to Costa Rica and the beach communities in between or come up from Costa Rica to visit GP/PPR. There is going to be a dedicated frontier/border check point so that tourist can transit between the two countries without experiencing a long wait at the border check point.

Projection of the construction of the Pacific Litoral Road: Length: 141 KM. The Pacific Litoral Project was born as a need to provide tourists with access to the beaches of the South Pacific and allow the exploitation of farming areas and livestock, preserving our natural resources. The Central American tourist development aroused the concern to exploit large areas of the Pacific coast.

The Definitive Studies of the South LitoralProject contained: construction plans, evaluation of design standards, tender document, technical specifications, construction costs and supervision of the works. It was divided into three sections: Section I: From Masachapato the town of Las Salinas, with an approximate length of 67 kilometers. Section II: From the town of Las Salinas to San Juan del Sur, with a length of 38 kilometers. Section III: From San Juan del Sur to the border with Costa Rica, with a length of 36 kilometers.

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