Located between El Tamarindo and Careyes in Jalisco, Mexico, lies a 2,275-acre natural reserve brimming with stunning golden sands, deep blue lagoons, and a thriving sea, harmoniously balanced with the picturesque surrounding towns and the Sierra Madre mountains. The tropical forest, abundant with wildlife such as deer, coatis, and multi-colored birds, together with a diverse marine life visible from the shore, showcase the great natural value of Mexico. With a perfect fusion of architecture and ecological awareness, El Tecuán offers a chance to coexist and explore a land of harmony and wellbeing.
El Tecuán is an exceptional residential and tourist complex built with three core principles: ecology, luxury, and art. Every detail reflects our commitment to ecological harmony, highlighting the symbiotic relationship between development and environmental awareness. We offer easy access by air, sea, and land, as well as health services, commercial areas, and numerous recreational activities in the jungle, lagoon, and sea. In addition to these amenities, El Tecuán features three stunning architectural landmarks that provide a spiritual connection with nature. The first of these landmarks is a high flat platform that stands on a rock formation resembling a prow heading into the sea. The structure is a box-like concrete framework with dug-out basins that serve as seats, while window-like holes on the walls offer striking views of the sea. The functionality of this breathtaking structure is diverse, making everything possible. El Tecuán is a testament to our belief that beauty and nature can coexist in perfect harmony.
Alba offers a unique experience of both energizing vitality and peaceful serenity, where humans and nature coexist in perfect harmony. The design of the 28.4-acre space, located near the sea and lagoon, prioritizes the environment, resulting in minimal environmental impact. Here, one can indulge in the simple pleasures of nature, such as basking in the breeze, exploring the wilderness, and appreciating the vibrant colors of the sky. Guests can begin their day with yoga, then venture on a biking or hiking excursion, kayaking or paddleboarding, and finish with a massage or a mesmerizing sunset. At Alba, anything is possible.
Four Mexican architecture studios have joined forces to create an architectural masterpiece that reflects the essence of the surrounding landscape. The use of local materials gives the residential complex a natural appearance, while the design of the roofs mimics traditional palapas seen on nearby beaches. Landscape designer Hugo Sánchez’s work highlights the abundance and beauty of the Pacific vegetation. The interiors are equally impressive, thanks to the precise expertise of Habitacion 116, which blends comfort, luxury, and nature in perfect harmony. Alba is designed for both families and adults and offers a range of common and private services, including personalized concierge service to ensure an unforgettable experience.
Perezgomez Architecture offers the smallest residential option featuring two master bedrooms, a swimming pool, and a stunning natural view. The Manuel Cervantes Studio’s proposal for a three-bedroom residence emphasizes versatility and privacy while boasting a circular-shaped swimming pool. César Béjar Studio’s three-bedroom residence features two bedrooms with lofts, providing a magical experience for loved ones. Macías Peredo Studio’s largest residence offers four versatile bedrooms, private patios, and terraces that ensure an intimate contact with the surrounding environment. All of these designs offer a natural luxury living experience in a rich land, where life and land exalt each other.