Throughout Costa Palmas flows an idyllic estuary. This delicate and productive ecosystem acts as home to countless flora and fauna that rely on the wetland’s nutrient-rich soils and waters. Inspired by the importance of the estuary to the Baja ecosystem, Costa Palmas has made it a priority to integrate with this natural reserve, welcoming the organic shape into the community.
Designed around the estuary, the Costa Palmas beach club was built in the shape of an herradura, or horseshoe. This respects and pays tribute to the native and indigenous plants and wildlife that populate the area. Therefore the precise shape of the club allows for stunning vistas of the estuary from every angle.
Nature as Inspiration
In Addition, an environmental study was undertaken by noted marine biologist at the estuary at Costa Palmas. Results of the study indicated that the biodiversity within the estuary is vast: nearly 10 native plants were found along with 38 species of animals, predominantly birds
Furthermore, la herradura, horseshoe shape, is a physical manifestation of the wonder and beauty of nature. Throughout the Costa Palmas community visitors experience and live within undisturbed biodiversity. From bird watching to sport fishing, to enjoying family time at the pool, members and guests marvel at the expansive assemblage of nature’s excellence.
NATIVE PLANTS, to name a few:
Biznaga de San josé Palma Datilera Lama
More than 38 species of animals, birds most represented. Including:
Garza Blanca y Morena
Gaviota Baja Californiana