A Smart City with authentic treasures

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Amidst the lush forests, the wild lagoons and the warm welcome of the inhabitants of the South, Mon Trésor Smart City unveils the secrets of a smart sustainable project whereby eco-responsibility, friendliness and a close-to-nature urbanism prevail. In this refreshing environment, the coastal city prides itself with an authentic, active and healthy lifestyle.

Optimising its natural heritage

Along with the marvellous beaches of La Cambuse, the Gris-Gris cliffs and Blue Bay Marine Park, the Southern beauty resonates in a green and enchanting setting. Discover the natural and historical heritage which the city intends to preserve: the over 60-m tall royal palms and the indigenous forest of Mare aux Songes, the last sanctuary of the dodo... A natural and soothing decor for your well-being and requiescence.

A community in the making

Being the only development in the South to hold a ’BREEAM’ certificate – globally recognised assessment which guarantees a design and conception contributing to a ’sustainable building environment’ – besides its modern and functional infrastructure, Mon Trésor is committed to creating a joyful and blossoming ecosystem among its inhabitants.

A pleasant and easeful lifestyle awaits in this Smart City, which is close to commodities such as the airport, schools and medical services. If you wander around the High Street, everything is at hand: bakery, market, delicatessen, restaurants, hairdresser... In this dynamic city, brace yourself to enjoy a brand-new film studio, a sports centre, a Beach club, and a central park... Not to mention the Business Gateway. For an active yet peaceful life, think Mon Trésor Smart City!

An enduring eco-district

Sustainable development is the watchword of this Smart City. Aiming at reducing the risk of pollution of the environment, the city provides pedestrian routes and cycling track to the residents… which position Mon Trésor as the eco-friendly coastal city of the South...



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