A recent update in Costa Rica infrastructure brings the promise of improved travel time, increased tourism and positive impacts on the Costa Rica real estate market in the region of Guanacaste.
Almost nine months after President Laura Chinchilla visited Hacienda Pinilla and the surrounding areas of Guanacaste, Costa Rica announcing her promise to pave the road from Tamarindo to Veinte Siete de Abril, the work is nearly complete. After a lot of gravel and hard work, there is pavement, according to a recent article on HaciendaPinilla.com. Although the final base of asphalt is still to come the drive to Tamarindo is already much easier and more pleasant.
This huge improvement to Costa Rica’s infrastructure will without a doubt improve the access to Hacienda Pinilla and the surrounding areas of Guancaste, leading to a direct impact on Costa Rica real estate and those planning vacations to Costa Rica.
This exciting improvement has been long awaited by those living and owning real estate in Guanacaste. The access granted by these newly paved roads will improve travel time and ease of travel, and will likely increase the values of Costa Rica real estate in and around Hacienda Pinilla.
Improved Road Access through Tamarindo Leads to Positive Impacts on Costa Rica Real Estate and Tourism
The paving of the road to Tamarindo offers exciting progress for the people of Guanacaste and for those living and owning real estate in Hacienda Pinilla. This significant improvement in Costa Rica’s infrastructure marks an increase in quality of life, real estate values, and is a mark of the positive progress that is anticipated in 2014 for Costa Rica real estate and tourism.