Zil Pasyon is a remarkable, environmentally sustainable project featuring a limited collection of impressive luxury villas in the Seychelles. Consisting of architect designed hilltop residences and an ultra-luxurious individual villa ‘boutique’ resort, several residential villas have already been sold with a selection remaining on the market on this idyllic private island which has been tailored to suit only the world’s most discerning home owners and travellers.
Zil Pasyon’ – in the local Creole language means ‘Island of Passion’, and lies in a coveted corner of the Seychelles archipelago; a private island gemstone which has slumbered, untouched, since the dawn of time, amid limpid, azure waters not far from the mainland and other popular islands.
On completion, Zil Pasyon will present a stunning array of designer hilltop residences created by acclaimed British architect – Richard Hywel-Evans, to totally blend into the incredible natural granite. Complimenting the extraordinary residences, a selection of 34 premium resort villas stretching along 1.6 kilometers of the coastline and offering an array of desirable ultra-luxury resort amenities is set to unleash a rare mix of luxury, indulgence and sensual living for villa owners and resort visitors alike.
For those demanding VIP lifestyle without a VIP price tag, the Zil Pasyon/Sunseeker Shared Ownership Programme offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to have it all by part-owning a large villa and a luxury motor yacht. This is designed for people who wish to experience and enjoy the ultimate in luxury, comfort and style both on and off the water but without the costs and responsibilities of sole ownership.
In addition, if you are are looking not only for a dream holiday home, but also for a second home boasting environmental accountability, Zill Pasyon fits the brief. Before construction commenced, environmentalists headed by Steve Hill (responsible for the rehabilitation of Frégate Island) moved in to discover unique fauna and flora on a relatively unspoiled island. Creating a nursery with his team, 30,000 endemic seeds have been planted and nurtured for the further beautification of an already stunning island. Ecologically Félicité will become a benchmark for environmental sustainability.