Along the pristine seaside shores of the northern coastline of Mauritius, at Cap Malheureux, and against the backdrop of the islet of Coin de Mire, lays Cap Marina, an upscale water village. Cap Malheureux and its tourist landmark, the church with its emblematic red roof, offer the ideal spot for a prestigious development. Covering an area of more than 22 hectares, Cap Marina will be steeped in nature. With its exquisite, ultra-modern architecture, the project will offer a variety of properties for Mauritians and foreigners.
The village is characterized by its green, environment friendly surroundings. More than 6000 trees and 180 000 plants of different varieties will make up the green parks, while the islets will be covered in flourishing plants. For a genuine tropical holiday atmosphere, these green features will also include a 1.5-kilometre-long freshwater canal. As it will run through the village, its residents can use the canal to cruise through and get from one place to the other in kayaks.
This far-reaching project revolutionizes the real estate market in Mauritius by combining high end residential living with the natural environment. Furthermore, Cap Marina focuses on sustainability by developing eco-friendly building techniques, energy-efficient installations, and equipment.