Damac Properties has unveiled its latest community ‘Damac Lagoons’, a new luxury development that promises its very own ‘Eight Wonders of the Mediterranean’ concept.
Located adjacent to the Damac Hills community, the new project aims to transport residents into a paradise comprising eight majestic cities inspired by countries based on the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The clusters include: Venice, Morocco, Santorini, Costa Brava, Nice, Malta, Andalucia and Portofino.
The community’s villas and townhouses will be built around an extravagantly large pristine water lagoons with white sanded beaches and each town will have a unique theme with a diverse range of amenities.
Amira Sajwani, General Manager (Sales and Development), says: “We are building the next generation of Middle Eastern luxury living with Damac Lagoons, an exciting addition to our portfolio of award-winning residential, commercial and leisure developments that will provide residents an experience like no other.”
“Living here will be akin to escaping to a much-needed holiday, without ever having to leave the comforts of one’s home.
The Santorini cluster, which will be the Central Hub of the community, features its very own Fitness & Wellness Zone equipped with a climbing wall, a nature pond and the floating cinema on the water. Here townhouses and villas are strung together by quaint pathways, bicycle tracks and ornamental foliage – all just a walk away from the black sand beach, she adds.
Damac Lagoons brings the floating city of Venice to life. In this cluster named the Fun Hub, gondola rides and waterside cafes capture the Venetian way of life.
The Morocco cluster mimics the “The Serene Old Town” of Tangier acting as the community’s Tranquillity Hub. Here residents can enjoy the lagoon-facing infinity pools, yoga meditation lawns, family cabanas and other escapes.
The Costa Brava cluster brings residents to the “Wild Coast” of the Mediterranean Sea. This Adrenaline Hub captures the pulsating vibe of Catalonia with its ziplining, rock climbing, kayaking, paddle surfing and wave riding features.
The Nice cluster, a “Youth Hub”, features bicycle trails and a skate park, splash pools and beach area reminiscent of the French Riviera city.
In the Malta cluster’s ‘Historic Capital’, children have plenty of entertainment outlets in the “Play & Learn Hub” including a sensory plaza, a discovery maze, a camping island, an Augmented Reality (AR) nature trail, outdoor art exhibits, interactive water attractions and more.
Andalusia features a “Ladies Hub” where women can enjoy a fully equipped gym, spa, beauty salon and meditation lounge, all within moments of the beach.
Portofino’s “Work & Play Hub” is a place where business meets pleasure. Here residents can conduct business lunch meetings at the waterside café or host team building events and more – then go kayaking, sailing or paddle surfing to unwind.
Completing the lifestyle experience at the Damac Lagoons are the waterside boutiques, featuring exciting premium brands and retail concepts, states Sajwani.