The total project area is approximately 78 acres (31.58 hectares). There are approximately 51 acres (20.65 hectares) of titled property, 9 acres (3.64 hectares) of concession property and 18 acres (7.29 hectares) of primary dry forest that is proposed to be managed and preserved by a foundation. The land is located approximately 25 minutes west of the Liberia airport and 4 miles south of Playa del Coco on the road to Ocotal and 40 minutes from the new Papagayo Marina. Over 95% of the established lots have spectacular views of the Ocotal Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The roads to the property are paved all the way from the Liberia airport to the entrance of the property. This road continues to Ocotal Beach.
The beach area is completely cut off on both sides by natural barriers making it very private. The beach measures approximately 265 meters in length. The entire maritime area adjacent to the title property as surveyed in July 2006 measures 27 acres. A large portion of this maritime area has been designated as a “forest area” and all of this lush vegetation must be preserved as it is today in its natural state of beauty. Several nature trails exist throughout the forest. The southernmost point of the concession property contains 3 terraces suitable for building sites. The northern most point of the concession property has elevations high above the ocean with spectacular views suitable for single dwelling residences. There are 14 terraces that are suitable as building sites for villas.
Cala del Sol has approved building plans for the construction of three buildings (57 condo units). The plans have been approved by the College of Engineers, INVU and the Municipality of Carrillo. The building permits have been issued and are now in the possession of Cala del Sol development. The environmental study enabling construction has also been approved by SETENA and the deposit required for this has been paid. Although there is a conceptual master plan of what could be developed on the entire site, Cala del Sol´s current plan and construction permit applications are for to the development of three condominium buildings. All required studies are in place. The existing remote well with the planned water holding tanks could sufficiently supply the needs without any trouble. The sewage treatment system as planned could also accommodate the needs of the entire project. The electrification requirements can be adequately met with the existing electrical line.