Fernando Fischmann

Prestigious newspaper Los Angeles Times highlights Crystal Lagoons’ technology

29 December, 2014 / News
Fernando Fiscmann

An unparallel destiny for offbeat travelers. This is how the prestigious U.S. newspaper Los Angeles Times depicts the world’s largest lagoon, developed by Crystal Lagoons’ technology and concept.

The publication highlights the iconic eight-hectare San Alfonso del Mar lagoon, that with more than one kilometer of longitude, 3 meters of depth and 250 thousand m3 of water volume, is the current world’s largest crystalline manmade lagoon, according to the Guinness World Record.

Due to Crystal Lagoons’ technological innovation, San Alfonso del Mar became the most successful project of its kind, one of the most relevant ones in South America and a new real estate concept with global impact. This has been underlined by thousands of publications around the world. In fact, San Alfonso del Mar is the iconic project that allowed the consolidation of the exportation model of crystalline lagoons whose explosive growth sums total in less than five years a full clients folder with 300 urban, touristic, public and industrial projects in different development stages in 60 countries.

The 8-hectare crystalline lagoon is not the only thing highlighted in San Alfonso de Mar, since as in every single project developed by Crystal Lagoons, this amenity is surrounded by wide white sand and palm trees beaches. Likewise, the navigable lagoon allows the practice of any kind of water sports, such as kayak, laser, windsurf, stand up paddle, paddle surf, wakeboard, among others, offering recreational and sports activities in very safe environment.






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