Have you heard about Campeche? Have you heard about the cheap Mexico beachfront lots for sale there? If not, it's about time you did. Campeche is the third state on the Yucatan Peninsula, after the more famous Quintana Roo (home to Cancun and Playa del Carmen) and Yucatan (home to the colonial city of Merida. )
The first question most people have is, “How cheap is cheap?" Try $65,000 USD for 66 feet of beachfront!
Of course, the next question is, “What do I get for that?" These cheap Mexico beachfront lots include:
66 feet of virgin beachfront. These are soft, white beaches, with emerald water behind. You will be the first to use this beach. The only downside is that you will be the one to clean off the seaweed – but it's probably not a bad price to pay for your own private beachfront! Relaxing walks in the sand, and breath-taking sunsets are included.
Over 1300 feet depth. Suitable land for building is just a couple of yards back from the beach, with plenty of space for a second home or construction further back. The lots stretch back to a very natural and beautiful lagoon, perfect for fishing or sailing. There is plenty of wildlife, such as pelicans or dolphins.
Direct Highway Access. The main highway running from the city of Campeche to Ciudad del Carmen (the two main cities of the state of Campeche) has direct access from each of these lots, making easy to get to all the nearby services. An international airport, an soon-to-be completed golf course, a marina, a number of quaint small towns, plenty of restaurants, Mayan ruins and nature and waterfront related activities are on the way to Campeche, only about 45 minutes away.
Connections and Permits. Of course, a cheap Mexico beachfront lots is only good if you can build on it. These lots are guaranteed to have building permits available. Along the highway, there are also connections for electricity, phone, internet and water. Individual connections for each lot have already been installed on many of the lots.
A beautiful Colonial City. The city of Campeche, only 45 minutes away, is one of Latin America's finest colonial gems, completely restored and surrounded by an old fort wall, originally built to protect against raiding pirates from the Caribbean.
So, what's the catch? you may ask. There is none. Campeche is just beginning to develop its tourism potential, and prices are still very low for this reason. Tourism here, like in the other two states of the Peninsula, is taking off. When it does, the owners of these lots are going to own a fine piece of valuable beachfront, with many more nearby services. And all at a very low cost to them.
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