Centre for tourism development to be opened in Motril

THE modern facilities of the newly constructed Centre for Tourism Development in Motril will be inaugurated next Saturday (June 6).
Mayor Luisa Garcia Chamorro together with other council representatives announced that the ceremony would take place at 10pm and feature a performance by the South of Spain Youth Orchestra.
“At the event, we will aim to promote the importance of this infrastructure as a driving force of tourism in the Costa Tropical and Granada Province, a generator of employment and reference point for renovation,” said the mayor.
“The economic impact that this building holds will become obvious with the opening of the tourist information office, through which the cruise tourists who arrive in the town will be able to receive information, as well as the rest of the tourists who enjoy this destination during the summer holidays.”
Inside the facilities, there is also a new conference centre with capacity for 500 people, as well as a smaller room for 100 people and several other spaces for lectures.
“We have already received applications to hold cultural activities in this auditorium, which will complement the summer’s tourism provisions,” said Infrastructure Councillor Nicolas Navarro.
The building is also home for a new nursery school which is expected to become operational by September.
The gala will start with the unveiling of a plaque displaying the new name of the square in front of the centre, which will be known as Ruperta Feriche, after the first woman owner of a hotel in Motril.
An audiovisual performance will be held followed by the classical orchestra.
All residents are invited to follow the event from outside the building at Ruperta Feriche square, which will be fitted with giant screens, as tickets to enjoy the show inside the centre are already sold out.

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