The Canary Island Government yesterday declared interest in several projects, among which are two tourist and residential complexes in Guía de Isora, which will allow the creation of 634 jobs.
The first is the so-called Maguenes Tourist Project, in which the company Western Isles (CIO) foresees the construction of a hotel resort. As explained on the company’s website, it is a premium hotel complex, designed by the architect Norman Foster, which will have 26 villas and an 18-hole golf course designed by Gary Player. Western Islands plans to invest 152.1 million euros, which will allow the initial creation of 434 jobs.
The other project which has received the approval is named the Cueva del Polvo (Cave of the Dust), near Playa de la Arena. The council plans to invest 105.9 million euros and generate around 200 direct and indirect jobs for the construction of a tourist complex that will house 542 people.