Another major tourism project in Greece will be getting underway in about one year’s time, as the construction of the ultra-luxurious 600-million-euro Elounda Hills project in eastern Crete has taken another step toward becoming a reality, according to greekreporter.com.
The approval for the construction of the resort’s massive marina, with a total cost of 20 million euros, has just been issued by the municipality of Aghios Nikolaos on Crete. The marina is expected to occupy approximately 43,000 square meters (462,848 square feet) of land and 123,000 square meters (1,323,960 square feet) atop the seabed.
The state-of-the-art facility, which is only part of the vast tourism complex planned by Vitaly Borisov, a Russian property investor, will be able to accommodate up to 202 luxury yachts.
Elounda Hills is set to become one of the top luxury resorts in all of Europe, providing the highest-possible level of comfort and quality services to its guests in one of the most spectacular natural settings imaginable.
Situated on the shores of Crete’s Mirabello Bay, the resort will offer breathtaking, panoramic views over the bay and nearby islands and mountains.
The luxury resort will utilize the latest trends in environmental and economic sustainability, innovation, and technology. The most complete array of amenities will make family getaways and luxury stays possible and comfortable during all year.
The project’s development is programmed to occur over several phases, based on forecasted market absorption, and is strategically planned to avoid any disturbance any existing construction.