$250 million Lagoon development in Egypt

Four Crystal Lagoons to feature lagoon development in Egypt's Sokhna Mountains in the upcoming residential and tourism development IL Monte Galala-Sokhna

Sharm el-Sheikh Lagoon.
Sharm el-Sheikh Lagoon.

Crystal Lagoons has teamed up with Egyptian real estate development company TatweerMisr to develop the first man-made lagoons in the Sokhna Mountains.

The completed development will bring six lagoons spanning a total area of four hectares, and three kilometres of beaches to the landscape.

Crystal Lagoons regional director Middle East Carlos Salas said: “IL Monte Galala-Sokhna is an innovative residential-meets-tourism development of great natural beauty.” 

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TatweerMisr managing director and member of the Board Ahmad Shalaby added: “IL Monte Galala is among the most prestigious projects in Sokhna and the new partnership underlines our commitment to building value by providing diverse facilities and amenities to our customers.

"As one of the largest project in Sokhna, IL Monte Galala stands apart with its unbeatable views and large assortment of amenities.”

The initial phase of IL Monte Galala-Sokhna will deliver more than 1,600 residential and hotel units during 2019.

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