New Tourist Resort Announced in Costa Rica

The developer of the Golfito Marina Village & Resort project in the southern part of Costa Rica, plans to begin construction in June.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

The group Hacienda El Dorado has announced the development of a new residential resort, hotel and marina in the Golfito area, which includes a deep-water marina with 130 moorings for yachts, condominium residences, a luxury hotel and spa.

Although the statement issued by the group published on Tradeonlutoday.com does not mention the amount of the investment, it does say that they are working with the authorities in the city of Golfito to build a road linking the airport to the resort area.

"Golfito Marina Village & Resort, being developed by Hacienda El Dorado Group is expected to begin with the construction in June of the first 50 moorings in the deep water marina. It is expected that this project will bring new life to the town of Golfito, which wasw home to the Chiquita banana company until 1985. "



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