160 hectares in the heart of Patagonia.
El Nido is 160 hectares of commercial real estate opportunity in the heart of Argentina’s Patagonian playground.
It lends itself to a Country Club or integrated community concept, offering a full range of sporting and leisure activities, as well as a substantial residential component.
The level plot has nearly 3000 metres of river frontage, with fresh water bordering the property, and it’s stunning natural surroundings make for a unique tourist paradise.
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El Nido is on the Quilquihue River, 10 km from San Martin de Los Andes and Chapelco regional airport, and 200 km from San Carlos de Bariloche and its international air connections. 4 km from the shore of Lago Lolog, along Ruta Provincial 62, it is in an established tourist corridor close to Lanin National Park.
Outline discussions have taken place with local planning stakeholders on an informal basis. There is clear support for a development to ensure harmony with the site, conserve the distinctive character of the landscape and wildlife, and promote a sustainable solution for this area of high environmental quality. These principles would encompass a number of possibilities ranging from a Country Club to a village community infrastructure to a pure high value residential project
There is world class fishing in the immediate area, renowned internationally as the trout capital of the world. The Quilquihue River is a hatchery river for brown and rainbow trout and itself has abundant fishing.
Skiing is available at Chapelco Ski Resort, 28 km away, and at Cerro Catedral Ski Resort, Argentina’s premier ski area, 200 km away at San Carlos de Bariloche.
There is also plenty of opportunity to indulge in all aspects of the outdoor lifestyle, including riding, cycling, hunting, hiking, climbing, rafting and camping.
There is mains electricity on site and a gas pipeline 2 km from the site. The metalled road leads onto the national road network at San Martin.