The cold season comes to an end and the spring winds carry with them new tendencies of bright colors—floral patterns that recall tropical sensations.
In honor of the memory of its founder, and 200 years after its inception, atelier Louis Moinet reveals a visionary creation named Memoris, where the chronograph becomes the central component of the watch, which is the first chronograph-watch in watchmaking history. A guiding principle: forget the past and start from scratch, according to Jean-Marie Schaller, the company’s CEO.
Vacheron Constantin Les Cabinotiers Celestia
The watchmaker brand Vacheron Constantin celebrates 262 years since its foundation with the launch of a unique watch: Les Cabinotiers Celestia Astronomical Grand Complication 3600.
Gibraltar has the soul of an island, although in reality it is part of the Iberian Peninsula, to which it is geographically connected at the Gibraltar Countryside through an area called La Verja, the border between Spain and the Rock—British territory. Its location is strategic because it is also facing Ceuta at the northeast region of Africa.
Telcel Mexican Open: Sporting Pride, Technological Innovation and Climate Responsibility
Telcel, a Mexican company with 27 years of experience in telecommunications, and committed to sports in Mexico, celebrated 13 years as proud sponsor of the Telcel Mexican Open: the most important tennis event in Latin America.
The Culinary Tradition Meets at Sirha Mexico
From February 8 to 10, the second edition of the International Fair for Hotel, Restaurant and Catering took place in Mexico City.
This gargantuan floating hotel is permanently anchored at the Ocean Village Marina in Gibraltar. A 465ft super yacht, which cost over 130 million pounds, rises seven stories above the sea, and boasts a 15,500 m2 interior; it stands as a testament to well thought-out investments. Furthermore, it is the largest vessel in the entire Marina.
The O’Callaghan Eliott Hotel (which takes its name from General George Augustus Eliott, 18th century governor of Gibraltar) is located near the famous Main Street of the city, home to clothing stores such as Mango and M&S, Duty-Free havens, and the famous British pubs.
The Rock Hotel is located opposite to the grand Botanical Gardens, and it oozes eau de colonial charm. Guests are welcomed at a lobby decorated with potted palm trees and a black-and-white marble checkered pattern floor.
The 5-star amenities of the Sunborn Hotel extend towards the kitchen of its exclusive dining hall, the Sky Restaurant.
Highly recommended, the Landings is located in the quaint Queensway Quay Marina, near the sea.
The mastermind chef-alchemist Matt Birtwistle is in charge of this beautiful restaurant, located at the heart of Queensway Marina.
Benetti Tradition Supreme 108´
The mega yacht Tradition Supreme 108 is part of the Class line from the iconic Italian shipbuilder Benetti, which celebrates 144 years of history; it distinguishes them as pioneers in luxury yacht construction in the world.
The Pershing 5X boasts an aerodynamic design with lines that fuse elegant and sporty features, along with an outstanding performance and innovating technologies.
The ultimate Ferrari 12-cylinder edition is here. In this occasion, the basis of the F12 and the legendary Tour de France race are the ingredients that merge to create this incredible piece.
For more than 50 years, Aston Martin and the Italian company Zagato have collaborated to create iconic vehicles of a distinctive semblance.
Lamborghini’s customization program, the Ad Personam Studio, conceived the exceptional idea of bringing the most emblematic vehicle of its own history back to life: the Miura.
Legend says that as long as the Barbary macaques (macaca sylvanus) remain at the Rock of Gibraltar, it will belong to the British. This is why their presence in Gibraltar unravels countless stories and theories about their possible origin.
The Strait of Gibraltar In Between Two Continents
Visitors may choose between the multiple hidden reserves under the sea, around the Rock, among reefs, natural caves, summits, and other geological formations at the bottom, such as ancient relics, more than 30 shipwrecks, along with the plentiful flora and fauna that have colonized the sunken ships from different periods of history
The existence of the Pillars of Hercules has been narrated since archaic times. They are present in Phoenician tradition, who associated the rocks, at each end of the Gibraltar Strait.
Our imagination goes wild at the thought of this place on earth where Africa and Europe face each other; from the Rock of Gibraltar, nestled in the Iberian Peninsula, the African coasts of Ceuta (Spanish colony in Moroccan territory) sit clearly in the horizon.