Tortuga Resort
Lisa & Scott Sorrentino || DRE#00974656/00973692 || (310) 666-9191 || sorrentinoscott@yahoo.com || www.sorrentinoestates.com || Bookmark and Share
PRICE: Availalbe Upon Request
LAND SIZE: 31 Acres
BEACH CLUB SQ FT: 83,000
Tortuga at the Twin Waters Reserve is located on the Costa Alegre coastline of the Pacific Ocean, south of Puerto Vallarta and north of the Manzanillo International Airport. The existing 83,000 sq. ft. Beach Club is dramatically located in the center of the site with 7 pools, elevated terraces, and roof top terraces. A 300 foot long walkway leads to the club's stairways. The Beach Club's commanding three levels and 350 feet of beach frontage provide spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. View include seemingly endless beach vistas both north and south of the peninsula, the Colima and Jalisco Mountains, the Marabasco River, and the surrounding natural tropical environment. The main level's towering twenty foot ceiling height adds majesty to the architecture.

The site is conceived as a hotel and residential destination beach resort. Its focus is on low density, privacy and exclusivity with a sophisticated and elegant indigenous aesthetic; a refuge where guests and owners can enjoy a natural wildlife experience within a short drive or flight, which would otherwise require many more transportation hours to achieve.

Tortuga
has the potential to become one of Mexico’s most provocative resorts, poised to attract the most discerning clientele.

The master land developers have set aside approximately 80% of its biologically diverse landscape as a conservation trust. The environmental impact and density studies, (conducted by the best of Mexico’s biologists, environmental impact specialists and environmental attorneys) are completed. The architectural project with impact studies is ready to submit for federal approval. Plan changes may be amended.

Tortuga’s beach is year-round nesting grounds for four types of sea turtles. Grey whales give birth in these waters. Diverse indigenous and migratory birds nest in the abundant trees and mangroves. Cayman, a fish eating species of crocodile, make their home in some of the Marabasco River tributaries.
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