Investment alternatives: from Oris with the best value for money to the Wecamp luxury campsite

Santa Cristina d'Aro, in the heart of the Costa Brava, has been the enclave chosen by Wecamp to open its first five-star campsite in Spain.

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18 August 2022 Thursday 17:59
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Investment alternatives: from Oris with the best value for money to the Wecamp luxury campsite

Santa Cristina d'Aro, in the heart of the Costa Brava, has been the enclave chosen by Wecamp to open its first five-star campsite in Spain. Located three kilometers from the beach and surrounded by the forests and massifs of the Baix Empordà, Wecamp Santa Cristina was born with the aim of offering a memorable experience where it is possible to enjoy the comfort and hotel services in a privileged natural environment. But above all with the desire to lead a new generation of innovative and sustainable campsites, respectful of nature and people, where design and quality are in tune with the beauty of the destination.

The objective is to transfer hotel standards to the campsite to revolutionize the outdoor tourism sector in a commitment to simplicity and authenticity, and always in fusion with the environment. All this makes it an excellent proposal for those who, in addition to connect with the landscape, demand comfort.

The premiere of Wecamp in Santa Cristina d'Aro (there will be more in other locations in the coming months) materializes in an extension of 5.5 hectares and is located less than two kilometers from the municipality. There are a total of 47 glamping tents that adapt to the needs of guests, as well as a total of 91 exclusive pitches for motorhomes. The accommodations follow a philosophy of minimal intervention (recycled materials in light tones) giving maximum prominence to the exterior. The clientele has its own car park with 143 spaces, events agenda and geolocated maps available to all iOS and Android mobile devices.

Oris, the independent Swiss manufacture founded in Hölstein in 1904, is today one of the most established names in mechanical watchmaking for its highly functional watches that are always produced sustainably and at reasonable prices.

The firm, which received climate neutrality certification a year ago from independent climate action experts ClimatePartner, is recognized for its obsession with using recycled materials in luxury watchmaking, and for its support of humanitarian and conservation organizations around the world. the world. Through its watches and communications, it is defined by its credo: “Go your own way” that allows you to always go at your own pace. Regardless of fashions and trends and faithful to the philosophy that Paul Cattin and Georges Christian began in that distant 1904 when they bought the recently closed Lohner factory

This is how it has been building its icons, among which the 41.5-millimeter Aquis Date Caliber 400 stands out. This quintessential Oris diver's watch returns in two new forms enriched with a touch of solid gold. Both the “forest green” and “deep blue” versions have an 18-carat gold finish on the outer edge of their unidirectional rotating bezels, and gold-colored hands and indices. Even the minute track on the green or blue ceramic bezel is gold, completing the balanced and consistent look of the design.

Both watches come with either a stainless steel bracelet or a matching green or blue rubber strap that can be easily changed using Oris' patented quick-change strap system, without the need for tools.

All of this involves the new automatic Caliber 400, which changes its style and provides the watch with high levels of anti-magnetism, a power reserve of five days and recommended maintenance intervals of 10 years.

Like all watches in the Caliber 400 series, both pieces are guaranteed for 10 years when registered with MyOris.

The Artcurial auction house, which at the beginning of June awarded in Paris an unpublished work by the Catalan painter Ramón Casas made during the painter's stay in the French capital at the end of the 19th century, closed the month of July with an audition at the Hotel Hermitage of Monaco of record.

In the watchmaking section, Piaget took the reins with a fortnight of proposed lots, including a set in malachite (from the same collection as the necklace in the image) that reached 111,900 euros and in watchmaking a special edition of the Code 11.59 stood out Audemars Piguet awarded for 708,500 euros.

Daniele Fortuna cries out for "Don't Judge" in this acrylic sculpture on wood that he exhibits at the Daniele Fortuna gallery in Sardinia.

A graduate of the European Institute of Design in Milan, Fortuna has carved a niche for himself with his unique statues consisting of wood that are cut by hand, assembled like a puzzle and hand-painted, establishing a connection between elements of traditional Italian art and expression. pop art

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