Placencia Harbor Docks

Placencia Harbor Docks is a newly established residential and commercial development located strategically North of the Placencia Municipal Airstrip. Our vision is to create an environmental friendly dock equipped with Commercial lots, airport hotel, fishing and tackle shop, a water taxiway that will lead to the runway where we will have an airplane hangar, and develop a waterfront canal docking area for sea-related business, including diving snorkeling, sailing, fishing, and other water activities. This 20-acre parcel has an ideal location close to the local airport hubs which makes it a fantastic investment opportunity as it is strategically on the north of the Placencia Municipal Airstrip. This property boasts over 700 feet of western lagoon frontage that features spectacular sunrises and picturesque sunsets.

Belize’s diverse location makes it an ideal place. Have your home near mountains, Jungle, River, an Island along the reef or the tropical coast of Belize. Second Largest Living Barrier Reef in the World! Stretching 190 miles long and home to a large assortment of plants and aquatic animals makes it one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. The official language is English! It is the only country in Central America whose official language is English, though Belizean Creole (Kriol) and Spanish are also commonly spoken. Placencia is a tiny, but beautiful peninsula in southern Belize and is accessible by land from the Southern Highway near the village of Santa Rosa. The 18 miles long narrow stretch of land begins in the community of Riversdale, continuing to Maya Beach, Seine Bight Village and ending at Placencia Village located at its southernmost tip. The peninsula boasts 16 miles of white sandy beach with the Caribbean sea to the east and the charming Placencia lagoon to the west facing the foot of the Maya Mountains on the mainland.

Placencia is divided into two parts

Placencia is essentially divided into two parts: South of the airstrip and North of the airstrip. The entire peninsula can be easily navigated on a bike. The busy part of Placencia lies in the south where visitors will find the greater concentration of coffee shops, bistros, internet cafes, the harbor, guest houses, taxi’s and bus station, banks, local restaurants, bars, and let’s not forget freshly made Italian Gelato, all the things that make it really “Barefoot Perfect”. The Northern portion of Placencia includes the Garifuna village of Seine Bight, it is less densely populated and has many of the higher-end resorts. The water is clean and clear; the salty winds gentle and cooling with a calming Belizean sunset on a deserted Placencia beach. Belize is referred to as “Mother Nature’s best-kept secret” for no other reason than it is truly blessed with abundant flora and fauna, numerous adventure sports, white sandy beaches, lush jungles, ancient Mayan Ruins, not to forget the famous blue hole among numerous others. Tropical weather all year round! Belize’s yearly average temperature is around 84ºF. This tropical luxury ensures that you can truly enjoy Belize all year round, making it an ideal place to live.