Commercial real estate for sale in Luganville Santo Vanuatu. Deep water frontage and main road frontage Industrial Luganville Espiritu Santo land for sale. Lot size 27,000 m2 and subdivision approved for a small lot of 10 to 12,000 m2
Mains power, water and telecommunications to each block. minutes to Luganville town centre and primary wharf access on tar sealed roads. Easy container picked up and dropped off at the back of each lot.
Perfect for commercial wharf or barge landing . Protect by an out reef from the southeast trade winds and cyclone anchorage. The channel has to deep water entry or exit at either side of the outer reef.
Mains power, water and telecommunications to each block. 5 minutes to Luganville town centre and 10 minutes to the main wharf. All-access on tar sealed roads makes container pick up and drop off at the back of each lot easy.
The township of Deepwater frontage Industrial Luganville Espiritu Santo is a fast-growing town and is the leading shipping and trade hub for Northern Vanuatu.
About Espirtu Santo
Better known simply as Santo, this is Vanuatu’s largest island and one of its most enjoyable. It doesn’t have quite the activities and infrastructure of Port Vila. Still, it does have world-class diving, some excellent upmarket island resorts and some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful beaches in the archipelago.
Espiritu Santo hides many of its secrets away from its tiny capital, Luganville, but there are plenty of tour operators to help get you to every corner of the island. Prominent attractions include the Millennium Cave, snorkelling or diving over dumped WWII memorabilia, the stunning east coast beaches and inviting blue holes. If you scuba dive, don’t miss the SS President Coolidge, one of the world’s most accessible wrecks.
Fanafo, north of Luganville, was where, in 1963, charismatic Jimmy Stevens formed the Nagriamel movement. Then, on 27 May 1980, eight weeks before national independence, he and his supporters staged a coup known as the Coconut Rebellion. Armed mainly with bows and arrows, they occupied Luganville and proclaimed Santo’s independence, calling their new country Vemarana. However, the new nation collapsed with Stevens’ arrest on 1 September.
Inland villages are isolated, and the locals are self-sufficient. Southwest Santo has Vanuatu’s highest mountains: Mt Tabwemasana (1879m), Mt Kotamtam (1747m), Mt Tawaloala (1742m) and Santo Peak (1704m), all of which can be climbed with local guides.
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