Azurna uvala to build €134.6m Croatian tourist complex on Solta

Azurna uvala to build €134.6m Croatian tourist complex on Solta

Published at: 2019-04-11 10:13 | Author: CIJ Serbia
The investor Azurna uvala says it expects to complete a new tourist complex on the Croatian island of Solta by 2026. It will be located in Livak bay, with work to include the construction of a five-star hotel. Initial works should get underway this fall. Azurna uvala represents the UK investor Dolphin Capital Investors. The estimated invested for this project will be more than €134.6m. In the first stage €68.5m is to be invested, including the construction of infrastructure, roads, water supply and energy facilities. The new hotel with 109 rooms will be built in the first stage of construction, including a spa restaurant, a beach bar, 29 villas and 23 bungalows. The company Azurna uvala was established in 2005 on Solta island when planning for the project began.

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