Once a town solely dependent on banana plantations, Quepos now relies mostly on tourism to keep its economy going. Most visitors come for the fantastic sport fishing, particularly marlin, however there are a number of other attractions in and around the town.
Also nearby are the Butterfly Botanical Gardens, the Damas Estuary and Caves, and some great places for white-water rafting and horseback riding. Beach goers will find easy access to Manuel Antonio and its national park.
With plenty of restaurants, supermarkets, a hospital, a post office, and more, Quepos makes a great jumping off point for adventure throughout the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica.
Here you can see the total of all the current listings in Quepos, as well as the number of listings available in each category.
This chart shows the median price for each type of property in Quepos. However, there’s still a wide range of listings available in each category, so that price can fluctuate depending on a number of variables. This number is merely the midpoint of that range.
Size is one example of a factor that influences cost. Given the average price per bedroom, you can get a good idea of what you could expect to pay for the size of the home you wish to purchase.
For developers looking to take advantage of the growing tourism industry in and around Quepos, there are large parcels of land for sale. While the median price is $1.4 million, that’s a bargain at only $8k per acre.
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Lots in Quepos are affordable with a median price of just over $100k per acre. Due to the large number of tourists who frequent the area, it would make a great place to build a home that could also double as a rental to generate income.