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Sapphire Beach Costa Maya is one of the most desired beach in all of Costa Maya with its white sandy beaches and sparkling turquoise waters. It is also a community that is committed to maintaining the beaches, the roads and the flora and fauna of the beach environment. Sapphire Beach was once part of a larger coconut palm plantation, so coco laden palm trees are the predominant landscape feature. There are literally more than a hundred coconut palms flourishing between the sandy beach and the rear coastal road on just this lush lot.
There are three side by side lots that have 20 meters of beachfront and are an average of 110 meters deep! Sapphire Beach Costa Maya is zoned for higher density, so one could build a sizable family compound or guest retreat. It is also ideally located less than two kilometers from the paved access road making it a quick 20 minute drive to the charming resort village of Mahahual. There is plenty to do and see in Mahahual and Costa Maya: www.visitmexico.com/en/mahahual-costa-maya
Perhaps more significantly, Sapphire Beach is served by the recently installed electrical grid extension. Rio Indio to Sapphire Beach is the only non-commercial beach community to have access to dependable, Federally-subsidized electricity outside of Mahahual.
Only several hundred meters offshore, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef protects the coastline from possible turbulent seas. The coral reef, often known as the Mayan Barrier Reef, is the second largest barrier reef in the world – second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia – and extends 965 kilometers (600 miles) from the Yucatan Peninsula to Honduras. A diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise, the Reef is home to 500 hundred species of fish and one of the largest colonies of manatees on the planet. Once or twice per year, giant sea turtles, of which there are five species in these area waters, may waddle onto the beach in search of premier nesting sites.
All beaches are wonderful, but they’re not all the same. Some are known for surfing, some for surf fishing. Others are known for their playful waves or their quiet wading pools. Sapphire Beach is known for its powdery white sand and Caribbean aquamarine water – the kind of beachscape that sells postcards.