Fully furnished, beautiful 3 bedroom condo is ideally situated just a block from the beach and is walking distance to the town of Jaco AND the newly built Crocs casino. Very secure condo in a 24/7 gated complex The condo itself is fully furnished with fast internet.. washer / dryer and a great price for a 3 bedroom within short walking distance to beach. The complex has one of the best pools /...
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