Destined to become one of the Caribbean's finest residential and vacation enclaves, Bahía Beach is taking shape on 483 acres of a former coconut plantation and native maritime forest. The Caribbean's first Certified Gold Audubon Signature Sanctuary, the luxurious community is richly populated with 100-foot palms and thick stands of seagrape, almond and flamboyan trees. Inhabiting the forest are myriad species of songbirds and the vivid green iguanas native to the coast.
The future will bring the beachfront Bahía Village, a quaint seaside town center that offers shopping, fine and casual dining and entertainment in a breezy tropical atmosphere. The community will also feature lakes and nature trails, a tennis center and kayaking on the Espiritu Santo River.