By Sally Underwood • 29 April 2021 • 17:52
Source: Ayuntamiento de Marbella
The council announced the plans for Marbella’s Plaza de Toros.
According to Marbella Council, the plans will include a commercial area, green spaces and parking.
The news was announced by Mayor Angeles Muñoz, who said that the council will meet to approve the €30 million plan.
She called it “an exciting plan that will revitalise this area.”
She added: “Marbella is still attractive to entrepreneurs,” saying that the plan will create 700 jobs.
The news comes after Marbella council announced plans to work towards making the town a quality tourist destination.
According to Marbella council it is working to position the town in the quality tourism sector.
Mayor Muñoz said the council would work on a plan to improve Marbella as a tourist destination.
She said: “The plan will serve to establish the necessary points in order to optimise and enhance our resources and services.”
The mayor said: “The goal is to remain positioned as a world leader in the quality of our services and infrastructure and as an ideal destination to visit, live and invest in.”
She added: “As an administration we are obliged to better understand all our competitive advantages and that they are not sufficiently exploited, as well as the strengths and weaknesses and strategies to follow to reverse the negatives and strengthen the positives.”
She said: “We want to remain at the forefront of tourism and this plan will allow us to achieve this strategic goal and be prepared for when we emerge from the current crisis in all areas.”
Spain is set to introduce vaccine passports to encourage tourism again to popular areas, including the Costa del Sol.
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