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Santo Aore Island

VUV 10,000,000 each
Aore Island Santo Residential For Sale -   Aore Island  -  Photo 1

HOT BUY - Absolute white sandy beach and clear crystal waters

2 Adjacent blocks reduced for a quick sale for VUV 10,000,000 each!
Buy both lots and have nearly 60 metres of absolute pristine waterfront with your own un-spoilt white sandy beach. Land size in total is 2,278 m2

This is a definite must see if you are looking for a slice of Paradise to build your dream home on. If first impressions count, then your first glimpse of Lapita Plantation on Aore Island Santo will blow you away. Nestled invitingly on the western end of Aore Island you will know immediately you have arrived somewhere very special. Lapita is located on one of the most beautiful tropical coastlines in the South Pacific. Surrounded by aquamarine waters with some 700 acres of lush green coconut plantation with clear tropical waters abundant with colorful corals and marine life within metres of the beach. Lapita Plantation has around 6 km of coral fringed coastline that features pristine, white sandy beaches with graceful coconut palms and warm tropical waters. The entire Lapita development embraces ecologically sustainable development principals and commitment to architectural harmony taking in the natural beauty of the surrounding islands and tropical environment. Take a stroll along the secluded beach, perhaps a picnic on a remote coral island, enjoy sailing, kayaking diving and snorkeling, or just relax in a hammock and enjoy the tranquility and surrounding beauty. Recently, I have had the pleasure to stay at the Lapita Plantation homestead. Words cannot describe how much I loved it, as it is so natural and un-spoilt. You feel like you are in another world. Total Paradise.

 

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