Tourism media outlets highlight the most striking man-made lagoons by Crystal Lagoons worldwide

1 August, 2018 / News
Fernando Fischmann

Crystal Lagoons® man-made lagoons have revolutionized the real estate and recreational industry, currently boasting over 600 projects –in different stages of negotiation and development- in 60 different countries worldwide.

This paradigm shift is confirmed by the international press’ interest. The company and its patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs, were the main characters of the distinguished Mexican tourism digital media outlet El Souvenir, compiled a list of the most striking man-made lagoons the multinational water-innovation company built around the world.

The lagoons featured by the media outlet are:

Mahasamutr, Thailand

Mahasamutr tourism complex is home to the “most exotic man-made lagoon”. Its tropical environment and the leisure villas surrounding it are the ideal complement to this water body of 7.2 hectares.

Sharm El Sheik, Egypt

A 12.5 hectare lagoon at the Resort Citystars of Sharm El Sheikh, thanks to this giant marvel, Crystal Lagoons won for the second time the Guinness world record due to its monumental size.

Alcazaba Lagoon, Spain

“Costa del Sol” is one of the favorite destinations of European tourists. Right there, in Casares, will be located the Alcazaba Lagoon, a dreamy space to practice watersports without engines such as kayak, paddle board, sailing, windsurf or kites.

Diamante Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

A privileged position visited by professional golfers from all over the world. The complex houses one of the best golf courses of the world, according to Golf Magazine. It also features a striking man-made lagoon by Crystal Lagoons where visitors can sunbathe, enjoy water activities or simply rest.

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.

 

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