The Plenary Session of the City Council Corporation of Mijas has initially approved this Wednesday the modification of elements of the General Plan for Urban Planning (PGOU) for the implementation of golf course declared of Andalusian Tourist Interest ‘Valle del Golf Resort’, which will mean a commitment to excellence tourism and the qualification of the local offer.

The mayor, Josele González, has been in charge of defending the motion in the ordinary session of May, highlighting that “modifications of the PGOU such as this one are a fundamental tool for enable the execution of projects of great interest for our city, as is the case of the Valle del Golf Resort, a complex that will focus on promoting the offer of golf as an international tourist attraction, To which will be added an international equestrian center and a residential area with the typical aesthetics of the Andalusian town with about 300 apartments”.

The councilor has assured that the project supposes “a commitment to our town and tourism of excellence which will also have a direct impact on the local economy and the creation of hundreds of direct and indirect jobs, and which will be added to the rest of the hotel and golf course offer already established in our municipality, enhancing it”.

“We are facing a new step so that this such a beneficial project for the generation of employment and tourism becomes a reality in our town”, indicated the Councilor for Urbanism, Andrés Ruiz, who recalled that the initiative “has been declared of ‘Andalusian Tourist Interest’as well as assigned to the Accelerator Unit for Projects of Strategic Interest in Andalusia”.

Thus, it would be a action for exclusive tourist use which comprises a 18 hole golf coursea school for the practice of this sport, a international high level dressage equestrian center, equestrian trekking and museum of carriages and saddlery. In addition, it includes a five-star hotel, a conference room, a spa and beauty salon, a training sports and physiotherapy, golf and regional haute cuisine restaurant.

To all this, Ruiz has added “a complex of 296 villas with independent entrances typical Andalusian farmhouse style, as well as tourist apartments distributed in a building with 54 dwellings and central squarerestaurants and shops.

The land linked to the project includes a surface of 109.50 hectares and in its different phases of the process have highlighted that this initiative acquires special relevance due to its potential impact on the qualification of the tourist offer and the deseasonalization of the low season due to the fact that the practice of golf takes place from the fall to the summer.

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