San Alfonso del Mar
- 1,200 second home units.
- Sub-Acqua Café Aquarium, located on the edge of the artificial lagoon.
- Beach Club, consisting of a gym, spa, shop, kiosk-bar, outdoor jacuzzis, and a heated swimming pool covered by a glass pyramid.
- Nightclub, an underground building on the side of a hill with a sunken dance floor, bar, and DJ.
- Fragata Building, a pyramid-shaped building with 141 apartments.
- Bitácora Building, with a total of 60 apartments.
The pool is 1,013 m (3,323 ft) long, covering 8.2 ha (20 acres), containing some 250 million litres (66 million US gallons) of seawater, with a maximum depth of 3.5 m (11.5 ft). The water is pumped from the adjacent Pacific Ocean, then filtered and treated. Access to the pool is limited to resort residents only.
Crystal Lagoons, a company created by Fernando Fischmann in addition to Inmobiliaria El Plomo and the lead architects Marques + Garcés & Asociados Arquitectos, developed the lagoon.
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Minimal and maximal depths were 1.2 and 3.5 meters, being 2.8 meters the average depth.