Asian media chose lagoon at San Alfonso del Mar as the world’s most amazing manmade lagoon16 January, 2015 / News
The renowned Asian publication Asian Interiordesign devoted a large article to the lagoon at San Alfonso del Mar, naming it as the “world’s most impressive manmade lagoon”. The size of San Alfonso del Mar’s lagoon – 8 hectares and more than 1 kilometer of longitude – keeps captivating the world media.
Asian Interiordesign highlights Fernando Fischmann’ innovation that allows bringing the idyllic beach lifestyle anywhere in the world, either to beaches not suitable for swimming, land sites away from the coast or in the middle of the city, or even to the heart of deserts, creating “impressive manmade paradises”.
The publication also underlines Crystal Lagoons’ sustainability, emphasizing that these gigantic crystalline lagoons just need water to compensate natural evaporation, generating half of the water consumption required by a park and up to ten times less than what a golf course needs. In addition, the lagoons uses up to 100 times less chemicals than traditional swimming pools and drinkable water disinfection systems, and just 2% of the energy required by the traditional filtration systems.
Since San Alfonso del Mar was certified as the world’s largest lagoon in 2007, it immediately became a world attraction that even today raises the interest of myriad media from all countries. In fact, just 6 months after being recognized by Guinness, there were more than 2.000 TV, newspaper and magazine reporters visiting the lagoon.