Europe’s largest man-made beach to be built in Spain

By Wednesday, 08 November 2017 10:54 0
Computerised images of what Alovera Beach will look like Computerised images of what Alovera Beach will look like Grupo Rayet

PLANS to build Europe’s largest man-made beach in Spain have been approved.

Construction firm Grupo Rayet has been given the green light to build Alovera Beach in the Spanish mainland, around a 45-minute drive away from Madrid in the municipality of Alovera.

The €15.6 million project will boast a 25,000-metre-square lake and a 15,000-square-metre white sand beach and is expecting to receive 250,000 people a year.

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Grupo Rayet’s computerised images of what the project will look like also show an area for sailing and even has space for water slides.

Users will be charged €10 a head to use the facilities, which is expected to be ready in three years (2020) according to Grupo Rayet president Felix Abanades.

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