In the Bijagual area, Las Delicias is a very small quiet town little town from generations of farmers and ranchers perfect for a hide away, and if you’re looking for a break from the rate race of non-stop action, as close as that is, it feels worlds apart.
The nearest town from las delicias is Bijagual, is a small rural town perched atop the hills that overlook the Central Pacific Coast. In the Bijagual area are several tourist attractions such as Bijagual Waterfall Hiking Trail and pura Vida Gardens and waterfalls. Also, the town of Bijagual has a church soccer field and little stores like pulperias, which are rural grocery stores. A very simple town but the most welcome people. A place to stay to go fishing and walk around high hills and mountain. Carara National Park forms a backdrop for the bucolic community, like a wild garden clinging to the sides of craggy mountains. This town is worth a visit. Because of its elevation, temperatures are markedly cooler here than at the beach.
This 4.5 Ha farm has a small, cute 4-bedroom Tico house and 4.5 ha of flat cattle land and a small all year creek. The main attraction is a more then 50 years mango tree and according to the owner a senorita mango tree. In front with the 200-meter road access are 20 mango trees with small production and all over the farm fruit trees like mango, rambutan, sweet orange, lemon star fruit, soursop, yuca, plantain, banana, and more.
This property could work as a small sustainable community with several housing sites. The existing fruit trees could serve as a base as food, and for a small sustainable community. The soil seems fertile and climate a bit cooler than the beach areas. Or a renovation of the small house and develop the farm.