Orsos Island was, clearly, developed for luxury private use and the exclusive hotel industry to offer "easy going, relaxed and personal holiday experience that combines all the positive aspects of mainland real estate and luxury yachts."

For a certain price, you can live on this Island, which is over 20 meters wide and more than 37 meters in length, and an incredibly spacious layout. With about 400 m² on three floors, the Island offers up to 1,000 m² of living space. The Island offers plenty of room for up to 12 residents.

With luxury also comes care for the environment - ORSOS Island is environmentally friendly and sustainable, aimed at leaving minimal carbon footprint. For example, the garbage selection works via a collection and storage system in a separate, chilled garbage depot, where the waste is compressed, stored hygienically and odour-free. The Island is powered by wind energy system, as well as more than 160 m² of solar panels, so there is enough energy to power all the systems both day and night.

Heating and air conditioning is secured by heat recovery from sea water. Excess energy is distributed to various batteries, used in the treatment of salt water to make drinking water. As explained on the official website, "recycled water only leaves the Island in drinking water quality, to protect and sustain nature and to ensure the environmental friendliness of the Green Island. An intelligent computer system monitors and controls the entire energy management process."

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April 13, 2017 Living photo: Orsos Island

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