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Spend two nights and three days in pure Costa Rica rainforest. Get the Bungalow Special Offer.

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Amazing Houses

Rent a vacation house immersed in the tropical rainforest of the Costa Rica Central Pacific region, starting from $200 per night.

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Living in Portasol

Our Real Estate Plan lets you choose a new life in Portasol Ocean View Community. See the properties.

Master Plan

Surrounding Area

Portasol is strategically located close to top tourist attractions on the Costa Rica Central Pacific Coast, yet is secluded, peaceful and private.

Nearby Beaches

Vision and Mission



To create an exemplary community under a contemporary and innovative concept of environmental conservation that, conceived, developed and led by an experienced, interdisciplinary team, provides quality of life for its inhabitants.


To consolidate an exemplary community that allows the integration of the area’s human capital with the economy of the country, generating a nexus of local and national sustainable development, incorporating the environment’s conservation.

Main Objective

To develop a unique, multicultural community, within the tropical rainforest with views of the Costa Rican Central Pacific coast, under strict environmental, urban, financial and architectural norms.

Specific Objectives

  • To provide comfort by means of innovative services to the residents.
  • To offer space and services for meditation and relaxation within the community.
  • To create a unique model of a shared, private biological reserve.
  • To promote a type of vanguard architectural trend, compatible
    with the environment.
  • To generate direct and indirect employment in the zone.
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