Gran Pacifica

Gran Pacifica is a master planned community of over 2500 acres and 3.5 miles of Pacific coast line an hour west of Managua in Nicaragua. The company focuses on providing their international and domestic clientele with communities that feature first-rate amenities and infrastructure including underground utilities, paved streets and sidewalks. Gran Pacifica's primary demographic is North American Retirees and vacation homes in Nicaragua owners who enjoy living in a robust beach and golf community.
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Retiring in Nicaragua Offers Numerous Benefits

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Posted on 30. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Nicaragua is considered one of the best places for retirees for saving their investment in the real estate business. Expatriates can enjoy the beauty of the ... Continue Reading

New Urbanism in Nicaragua Gains Momentum

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Posted on 25. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Planned communities like Gran Pacifica in Nicaragua are successful examples of what has been termed the Continue Reading

Nicaragua Infrastructure Gets Billions Worth of Boosts

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Posted on 23. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

One of the first things Americans relocating or ... Continue Reading

Discover the Appeal of Condos in Nicaragua

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Posted on 18. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Combined with the warm weather, friendly neighborhoods, ... Continue Reading

New Trends Spark Nicaragua Real Estate Development

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Posted on 16. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

In recent years, Nicaragua has truly ... Continue Reading

Some of the Most Interesting Places in Nicaragua

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Posted on 11. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

With a location between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, it is hardly surprising that people from across the globe flock to Nicaragua to retire, to live and ... Continue Reading

Questions to Ask Before Buying Real Estate in Nicaragua

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Posted on 09. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Over the past few years, there has been an obvious increase in the amount of publicity, tourism and investment that Nicaragua has attracted from around the world. ... Continue Reading

5 Reasons to Consider Buying Village Casitas in Nicaragua

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Posted on 04. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

For countless people across the globe, the mental image of paradise involves a secluded bungalow located just steps from a tropical beach. ... Continue Reading

Live By a Golf Course in Nicaragua

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Posted on 02. Jul, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

No matter the reason people come to Nicaragua, living near one of its world-class golf courses is an unbeatable lifestyle choice.

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The Top Six Things to Do in Nicaragua

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Posted on 27. Jun, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Nicaragua is enjoying its day in the sun. With eco-tourism on the rise, and adventure travel topping so many recent trend lists, the country’s best destinations ... Continue Reading

Expanding Tourism In Nicaragua

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Posted on 25. Jun, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

The Central American nation of Nicaragua, long a well-kept secret among savvy travelers, has recently experienced a huge surge in tourism, making hospitality the ... Continue Reading

A Snapshot of the Nicaraguan Economy in 2013

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Posted on 20. Jun, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Agricultural products are staples of the Nicaraguan economy. Chief commodities include shrimp, beef, lobster, sugar, tobacco and coffee. Gold is another significant ... Continue Reading

Improvement to the Access Road to Gran Pacifica / Mejoras al Camino de Acceso

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Posted on 18. Jun, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Gran Pacifica would like to thank the Mayor of Villa el Carmen, Denis Espinoza and the MTI for their work improving the public road to ... Continue Reading

The Six Best Spots for Surfing in Nicaragua

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Posted on 18. Jun, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

If you’re searching for a few of Central America’s thrilling breaks, Nicaragua is the place to be. Known for its Continue Reading

Exploring the Culture in Nicaragua

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Posted on 13. Jun, 2013 by Gran Pacifica

Spain was the first to colonize Nicaragua and Spanish explorers and traders focused their attention to the western parts of the country. The product was a powerful ... Continue Reading