The Puntarenas Chamber of Tourism is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to promoting and developing tourism in Puntarenas.
Don Miguel Angel Renna is the President of the Tourism Chamber in Puntarenas and we interviewed him about living in Puntarenas and how the most recent changes in the regulatory plan will affect Puntarenas real estate investors.
Don Miguel believes that the new regulatory plan will make Puntarenas real estate far more attractive to both real estate developers and foreigners thinking about retirement in Costa Rica.
- The province is 11,276 square kilometres.
- Population: 350,000
- Capital: Puntarenas with a population of about 100,000
- Climate: Hot, average temperature 82 degrees
- Altitude: Sea level.
Puntarenas is the largest province in Costa Rica, one of the principal attractions of the Pacific coastal area and where alot of the most beautiful real estate is located.
To watch this short video which talks about Puntarenas real estate and the area, please click on the small black triangular Play button.
The islands located in the Gulf of Nicoya are within the boundaries of this province as well as part of the Tilaran and Talamanca Mountain Ranges.
The Port of Caldera, located 16 km south of the city of Puntarenas has become the most important port of call for some of the world’s largest cruise ships.
In their Camara de Turismo Puntarenas website they take great pride in introducing you to some of the places from this country that help make it one of the world’s most remarkable vacation spots.
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