City of Kavala welcomes 30 million euro resort investment
Kavala in northern Greece is set to become home of one of Greece’s most high-end resorts, a project estimated to cost more than 30 million euros.
The resort, located at the Loutra Eleftheron site in the northern port city of Kavala will feature a five-star hotel with 155 rooms, 13 luxury villas and state-of-the-art spa facilities.
Named “Elefthere Seaside Luxury Thermal Spa Resort” it will cover 3.5 hectares in a local tract of 78.5 hectares leased by the company for 35 years.
The project is already being constructed by the Harakidis group after the company won a tender issued by the Region of Eastern Macedonia-Thrace.
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