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NEOM introduces Norlana: A pioneering sustainable luxury community on Gulf of Aqaba

NEOM’s Board of Directors has unveiled Norlana, a new upscale lifestyle community, enhancing the dynamic regional development in northwest Saudi Arabia.

Located along the Gulf of Aqaba’s shoreline, Norlana promises an exceptional living experience for a select community of 3,000 residents.

This project combines contemporary luxury with cutting-edge technology, establishing a groundbreaking model for eco-friendly and modern living.

Norlana’s portfolio includes 711 residential units, ranging from grand mansions and spacious apartments to beach villas seamlessly blending with the natural dunes, offering residents an intimate connection with the tranquil surroundings.

The community features a top-tier 120-berth marina, poised to become a global superyacht hub.

It includes water taxi services and a superyacht members club, where yacht enthusiasts can relax and enjoy premium dining and services, all while admiring spectacular waterfront views.

An impressive 18-hole golf course, nestled amid rugged mountains, and a state-of-the-art equestrian and polo center, are part of Norlana’s recreational offerings.

The community also supports a variety of water sports like sailing and diving, encouraging residents and guests to engage with the stunning natural landscape.

Designed to revolutionize active and contemporary living, Norlana places a strong emphasis on sports, health, and wellness.

This avant-garde community provides abundant opportunities for residents and guests to pursue their interests in a magnificent and eco-friendly environment.

In line with NEOM’s commitment to environmental preservation, Norlana is designed to respect and enhance its coastal setting.

The project integrates nature and technology to offer an unparalleled experience in ultra-luxury modern living, while prioritizing the conservation of the land and marine ecosystems.

This announcement joins the recent unveiling of Leyja, Epicon, Siranna, and Utamo, all sustainable tourism destinations within the Gulf of Aqaba region.





Saudi gazette