Lapita has over 6 km of tropical white sand beach on Aore Island. Lapita consists of beachfront and island view land. 3 resort site, one of the resort sites has been sold with all government approvals and construction of the resort will start in the near future.
Today we would like to show you 35 to 44 Coconut Drive. Over 300 meter of tropical white sand beaches. The blocks are cleared, leave and ready for construction. Key trees have been left along the coast line for the new owners.
The 10 blocks are been sold in one lot but still keeping the 10 titles.
The owner has told us these lots must be sold. The blocks have been discounted by 40% from retail pricing. Making it a great buy.
The site have all approvals in place for construction. Each lot is zoned commercial/tourism and residential. This basically covers everything from building your dream holiday home to your own boutique resort.
About Aore Island
Sitting on the same latitude as Port Douglas in Australia, across 1700 km of open Coral Sea, the same distance as Port Douglas is to Brisbane, is Vanuatu’s Aore Island.
This is the heart of James Michener’s Adventures in Paradise. Arguably one of the most beautiful of all South Pacific islands, Aore is genuinely unique. Not only due to its unsurpassed natural beauty and pristine marine environment, but also the warm friendly smiles of the local Ni-Vanuatu people, the balmy tropical breezes and the wild native orchids.
Located in the northern Sanma Province and sitting at the foot of Vanuatu’s largest island, Espiritu Santo, Aore has a tropical ambience that words alone cannot describe: gently swaying palms; pristine white sandy beaches; luxuriant vegetation; tropical marine corals and, a myriad of colourful fish species. Added to this are sunsets that simply take your breath away.
The Bruat and Segond Channels narrowly separate Aore from the surrounding islands of Espiritu Santo, Malo and Tatuba. The land mass of Aore, roughly 11 kilometres in length and 9 kilometres at its widest point, has common origins with many islands throughout the South Pacific, volcanic uplift and later coral formations. Over time the corals continued to build and the land continued to rise from the sea. Wind, birds and ocean currents provided the seeds, high rainfall and warm temperatures making the environment conducive to growth and enabling the dense tropical vegetation to flourish.