Mirador San Jose
Tropical Residential Community
Nearly 800 Lots Are Already Sold - Call To Reserve Yours!
Lots are available from just $15,000 USD
Mirador San Jose Is Canadian Owned And Operated
We are located on the beautiful tropical coast, our amazing urbanization is situated at kilometer 607 on the coastal highway Ruta del Spondylus. Our community is just south of the city of Manta, Ecuador and 10 minutes north of Puerto Cayo. We enjoy a year round temperature of 27 Celsius with little rainfall and warm ocean waters averaging 24 Celsius.
Our urbanization is the largest ecological residential development of its kind in Ecuador.
We have approximately 1,500 lots on our site. The urbanization consists of 130.96 acres with beach front property, and incredible 360 degree views. Our development is owned by Canadian owners and investors. Our residential/commercial complex blends harmoniously into the beautiful Ecuadorian coastal environment and is an ecological friendly development and community.
I welcome you to come and explore our tropical Canadian community while you are in Ecuador. Come see how San Jose is a little piece of paradise can be possible for your vacation or retirement home. We can show you how you can be living your dreams in Ecuador today with your very own retirement or vacation home at Mirador San Jose. Don’t hesitate to give us a call whether you are in North America or Ecuador!
Mirador San Jose, Ecuador Office at 05-262-9000
Canada/USA Inquiries Call- 1-514-688-7222
Magic Jack 1-514-800-4268
Our Community Site Map
Canadian Residential Community
Come and explore our beautiful 130 acre master planned, gated community on the sunny coast of Ecuador.
We have the largest ecological resort in all of Ecuador. With fresh air, and beautiful views from all areas of the property.
Build your own custom designed dream home, or choose from one of the existing models we have already designed for you.
Browse our interactive map for lot availability, price, and location on the property. Reserve your dream in paradise!
Yubarta Residences as seen March 3, 2014
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Whale Park as seen from Roof of Yubarta Residences