Overview

The South Coast of Sri Lanka is considered as the heart of the tourist industry and the region where most of the tourism infrastructure is concentrated.

Kosgoda is a small rural village along the South Western Coast located 99 km away from Colombo which is a 2 hour drive through Southern Expressway. This village is well-known for its Sea Turtle hatcheries, the Kosgoda Lagoon and pristine beaches.

A unique 7.16 acre beachfront property in Kosgoda has just become available on one of the most sought-after beaches in Sri Lanka. Lot 1 is 266 perches and lot 2 is 880 perches. They can be bought as one parcel of 1146 perches or separately. 750000 LKR per perch.

The property is a secluded coconut grove with scattered patches of mangroves, overlooking the Indian Ocean.

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Land is bordering to the Kosgoda beach, most famous as the natural breeding habitat for the Turtles, which can regularly be spotted on the ashore during the season.

Ideally located on the Southern coastal belt with ninety eight kilometers south of Colombo, and forty five kilometers away from the main tourist destination of Galle and ten kilometers from Bentota.

The land could be access via the main Colombo-Matara Expressway, which connects both Katunayake and Mattala International Airports.

This pristine stretch of coastline hosts The Sheraton which opened in September 2018 and is 4 minutes walk down the beach to the left, while the Hilton has broken ground 8 minutes walk to the right.

Property Highlights

2 hour drive from Colombo through Southern Expressway.

Near Sea Turtle hatcheries, the Kosgoda Lagoon, pristine beaches and main tourist destination of Galle

The property is a secluded coconut grove with scattered patches of mangroves.

Overlooking the Indian Ocean

Turtles can regularly be spotted on the ashore during the season.

Easy access via the main Colombo-Matara Expressway, which connects both Katunayake and Mattala International Airports.

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