Resorts with Crystal Lagoons Technology Top the Tourism Industry31 August, 2018 / News
The multinational water-innovation company, Crystal Lagoons®, founded by the scientist Fernando Fischmann, creator of the technology required for inmense lagoons of turquoise waters, has been highlighted by a travel agency in Turkey. In its website, Tatilsepeti.com highlights resorts that include Crystal Lagoons services in different tourist destinations around the globe. The agency enphasizes the how these high tech lagoons require low cost maintenance, as well as the various ways in which tourists can take advantage of these paradisiacal waters.
Alcazaba Lagoon, Spain
Crystal Lagoons’ first real estate project in Europe has a privileged location: Costa del Sol, one of the most important tourist destinations not only in Spain but the European continent. With an investment of 480 million euros, the paradisiacal environment includes a Mediterranean-style residential area just steps from a luxurious turquoise lagoon and white sand beaches. There, residents can try out various water sports such as sailing, surfing, water skiing, as well as swimming.
Treasure Bay Bintan, Indonesia
Treasure Bay Bintan marks another milestone for Crystal Lagoons: it is the company’s first artificial lagoon in Southeast Asia. With an area of 6.3 hectares, the lagoon allows for a wide range of recreational and sports activities suitable for all ages. Located on the island of Bintan, about 20 kilometers from Singapore, its 1400 meters of pristine white sand beaches and its extensive facilities for water sports, from windsurfing to kayaking, among others, offers its guests unforgettable moments.
Diamante Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Mexico’s first resort with Crystal Lagoons technology, Diamante Cabo San Lucas, includes luxury homes and amenities, five-star hotels, as well as a high-tech artificial lagoon. With a total of 12 acres of crystalline waters, the lagoon is the perfect option to practice a wide range of water sports. The resort also attracts attention for having one of the best golf courses in the world. Specially designed by Tiger Woods, the renowned American sportsman, it is among the 100 best golf courses in the world according to Golf Magazine.
Il Monte Galala-Sokhna, Egypt
The first lagoon built in a mountainous area, the Il Monte Galala-Sokhna project in Egypt is a residential development focused on innovative tourism that aims to offer a high-end experience to those who seek to enjoy a moment of leisure. Located in the Sokhna Mountains, spanning a total area of approximately ten acres (40,000 square meters), and includes 3 kilometers of sandy beaches and 6 turquoise artificial lagoons, in which future visitors will be able to try out a number of water activities. Construction works are expected to be finished in 2019. Monte Galala will also have a 1,600-room hotel.
Solé Mia, Miami
The coast of the Atlantic Ocean, specifically Miami, will host the Solé Mia project. The enclosure, which is being built in the exclusive location of Bal Harbor, will draw attention for its two lagoons of 2.8 and 3.2 hectares of crystalline waters that will be the perfect excuse for future guests to share an unforgettable moment. The land is one of the largest remaining undeveloped parcels in the urban area of Miami, so these lagoons will transform this US $ 4,000 million investment into a tourist destination without precedente.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.