Island on Palawan, Philippines, 57 284 sq.m

3 450 631 €


Sale price 3 450 631 €
Site plot 57 284 sq.m
Address Philippines, Palawan
Location at the seaside
Business expenses
Not included in the price


Picture Perfect 5.7 Hectare Private Island

Picture Perfect 5.7 Hectare Private Island for Sale in Palawan, Philippines

FRONTAGE: Approximately 900 meters


  • Potential location for High~End Exclusive Beach Resort
  • Completely Surrounded with White Sand Beach
  • The Middle Portion of the Island is Planted with Coconut Trees
  • Natural Vegetation in the Island consist of Native Palms and a thin patch of Mangrove Trees
  • A shallow~dug Well provided Fresh Water in the Island
  • The almost 6 has. Titled Property is borderlined by anabated stretch of White Sandy Beach made more defined by the torquise~blue water sorrounding it
  • Its immediate marine environ is a natural habitat for reef fishes, clams, and stingrays


  • 138 kilometres from Puerto Princesa City
  • 1 hour away from one of the Seven Wonders of Nature, The Puerto Princesa Underground River
  • Roxas is the Gateway Municipality towards Northern Palawan where San Vicente and Elnido are located
  • Roxas is 1 hour drive to Vicente which is home to 14.7 kilometers of Long White Beach.
  • Approximately 2 Hours Land Travel to Puerto Princesa City


As of 2016, the main island of Palawan was rated the "Most Beautiful Island in the World" as voted by respective readers of rival travel publications Conde Nast Traveller and Travel + Leisure. It is the second year running that Palawan has won the Conde Nast Traveller award, as well as the second time in four years that it has occupied Travel + Leisure's top spot (2013). El Nido, located at the northern tip of the island, is also currently rated the "Most Beautiful Beach in the World" by Conde Nast Traveller readers. In 2007, National Geographic Traveler magazine rated Palawan the best island destination in East and Southeast Asia region, having:

... incredibly beautiful natural seascapes and landscapes. One of the most biodiverse (terrestrial and marine) islands in the Philippines. The island has had a Biosphere Reserve status since early 1990s, showing local interest for conservation and sustainable development."

Palawan has always had an environmental streak. It was one of the first provinces to crack down on litter, noise pollution, and single-use plastics. A lot is at stake, as the province's booming tourism industry relies on the successful preservation of its pristine ecology and natural beauty. Against this backdrop, several award­ winning resorts are leading the way toward a more sustainable future, blending native design and low­ carbon elements like solar panels, composting, and edible gardens to create living spaces that will last.

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