AGADIR - TAROUDANT "EL DORADO OF RETIREMENT"


 
AGADIR - TAROUDANT "EL DORADO OF RETIREMENT"   The Agadir hinterland attracts more and more Europeans to the retirement to the search for a new breath of life. The real estate group Dyar Shemsi has been investing in the construction of a residential complex original to 30 minutes of Agadir, in the vicinity of Taroudant. The village of Dyar Shemsi multiservice presented a product dedicated to the youth active and retired members, the choice of the region of Taroudant was chosoen because of the microclimate but also from the proximity to the airport of Agadir seaside resort with its product in order to offer its buyers several activities. The village extends on an orange grove of 28 hectares comprising of villas plain-foot, open on the private gardens including a swimming pool in option, that is what has seduced many purchasers, the trees have been reserved and villas built are nestled within the groves. The concept of the orange grove includes at the time of leisure and services, swimming pool, restaurant, library, Dyar Shemsi integrates different leisure activities. In addition, the project also houses the innovative modules such as the course of plastic art, of dramatic art or even of language. It will also a spa, a golf course, and a organic vegetable garden and an orchard of citrus fruit, the original initiatives developed by the residents. The project makes available to purchasers a minimarket, a room service, maid service at home and the daily traffic of shuttles to Agadir, a service of rental management, driver by a dedicated subsidiary Dyar Management is also proposed. The center also has a center of care and service of medical transport.    

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