Affordable Waterfront Lot on Placencia Peninsula

Build your dream home and dock in this Caribbean paradise. Once a sleepy fishing village, Placencia has emerged as a popular destination on the Caribbean. This lot is located midway down the 26-mile-long ‘Placencia Peninsula’, in Southern Belize. The lot is right on Placencia Road, in the quiet village of Maya Beach. It is walking distance from Maya Beach Hotel & Bistro, the Green Parrot, and Mango’s Bar; and about two miles north of Placencia’s airstrip ~ with hourly flights to Belize City and other destinations. Close by are markets ~ and a bakery with the best cinnamon rolls you ever tasted.

Placencia Village’s “Street”

Maya Beach, photo by Craig Nagy

Maya Beach sits right in the middle of this spectacular peninsula’s 16 miles of tranquil public beaches ~ with Placencia Lagoon and the Maya Mountains to the west; the clear-blue Caribbean Sea to the east; and peace & quiet in the middle. This .21 acre lot (853.84 sq meters) is on the lagoon side of the road, on Palm Canal with direct boat access to Placencia Lagoon. It has an excellent, sheltered location for a boat dock. By boat, the lagoon leads to Placencia Village, then to the blue Caribbean Sea.

Beach scene on Placencia Peninsula

Placencia, a true beach-holiday strip on Belize’s mainland, is popular with North American and European expats and tourists. A sailor’s paradise, nearby are hundreds of coral reef islands, strung like pearls across the sea.

Island hopping nearby

For the outdoor adventurer, the surrounding Stann Creek region offers a host of activities: hiking through mountain rain forests, kayaking, sport fishing, snorkeling, diving and exploring Mayan ruins.

Numerous local tour guides and dive centers offer a variety of excursions, with boat trips to the cayes (pronounced, “keys”) for truly memorable snorkeling and scuba diving adventure.

Island hoping on the reef.




Also popular are guided land tours to Mayan Ruins or trekking the jungle trails of Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, where the first Jaguar Reserve in the world was established. Nearby are exclusive resorts, such as Francis Ford Coppola’s Turtle Inn, as well as iconic local favorites, beach pubs and cafés.



Survey of lot

Lot is on Palm Canal






View of Placencia Road in front of Lot 939

View across Placencia Road from the lot

The New York Times recently (January 2017) featured Placencia as one of as its “52 Places to Go in 2017”.
Check it out on-line in the New York Times’ Travel Section.

This investment-quality property is a clear, freehold title property, capable of title insurance.

Lot #939 is being offered at $125,000
 financing is available