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Ibiza - Marbella - Tulum

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Project Amaité:

Plot Santa Miguel - Santa Gertrudis: 1.300.000€.

Common rustic plot: 4.636m2

Living area: 350m2

Bedrooms:4

Bathrooms:4

Forested area: 18.423,5m2

APPROXIMATE BUDGET: 900.000€.

CONSTRUCTION TIME 4 MONTHS
The land is located in the countryside in a very quiet area and just 10 minutes by car to the village of Santa Gertrudis, one of the strong points of reference on the island where you can find all kinds of services. Some of the most popular are the proximity to the Morna International Private School, innovative restaurants such as the Aubergine or the Boutique Hotel Sa Vinya d'en Palerm.

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TULUM AND ITS DEVELOPMENT IN RECENT YEARS

WHY INVEST IN TULUM?

 

Tulum is experiencing a boom in the real estate market, giving potential investors the opportunity to secure a proven rental income. Tulum is currently the most popular tourist destination in the Mexican Caribbean, attracting people from all over the world and generating an ever-growing demand.

 

Tulum is known for its beautiful beaches, coral reefs, cenotes, and archaeological sites. It offers a mix of tradition and folklore, as well as luxurious hotels, international cuisine restaurants, exclusive spas, golf courses and a lively nightlife.

 

Investment in Tulum is supported by two key infrastructure projects: the new Tulum International Airport and the Mayan Train. The new airport, which will be operational in the near future, will increase passenger transport capacity and facilitate access to Tulum from different parts of the world. On the other hand, the Mayan Train will connect the main towns of the Riviera Maya, improving mobility and increasing the tourist attraction of the region.

 

These infrastructure investments will further boost Tulum's tourism and real estate sector, resulting in a sure return on investment for property owners in the area.

 

In short, investing in Tulum offers the opportunity to earn proven rental income, thanks to the growing tourism demand and infrastructure investments in the region. Tulum combines natural beauty, traditional culture, and modern amenities, making it an attractive destination for real estate investors.

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IBIZA, A HAVEN FOR INVESTORS

WHY INVEST IN IBIZA?

 

The island of Ibiza is one of the most sought-after destinations in the world, not only as a holiday spot, but also as an attractive real estate investment. With its year-round pleasant climate, beautiful beaches and exceptional lifestyle, Ibiza has a lot to offer.

Ibiza's property market is stable and secure, making it an ideal choice for long-term investment.

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MALLORCA IS LOOKING AT DIRECT FLIGHTS FOR CHINESE TOURISM

At a Friday forum in Palma - 'China: challenges and opportunities in the largest global market' - the managing director of the Balearic government's Aetib tourism agency, Pere Joan Planas, announced that the government has contacted two Chinese airlines in order to study the possibilities of direct flights to Mallorca. The aim would be to promote Chinese tourism to the island.

Contacts with China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines were made at this week's Routes World fair in Istanbul. Planas explained on Friday that plans are in the embryonic phase and that feasibility studies for services need to be conducted.

At the Palacio de Congresos forum, which coincided with the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Spain and China, it was agreed that improving and enhancing air connectivity is one of the main challenges that the Balearic Islands face in taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the largest market in the world.

Toni Mir, CEO of Cap Vermell Group observed: "Air connectivity is essential to opening up the islands to the Chinese tourism market, a very powerful market with high purchasing power."

Fang Ji, president of the association of Chinese businesses in the Balearics, said that the Chinese people are very loyal. "You have to offer a product that allows you to repeat it."

This isn't the first time that there has been talk of direct flights from China. Five years ago, when the Routes World fair was held in Guangzhou, Aetib attended in order to discuss possibilities. In 2019, Mallorca featured in a TV series for the Chinese market entitled Spain Passion. Whatever possibilities may have existed were put on hold by the pandemic.

 

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MALLORCA BRACED FOR CHINESE INVASION, PUSH FOR DIRECT FLIGHTS TO PALMA

The Balearics, along with the rest of Spain, is forecast to experience an increase in Chinese tourists this year.

Spanish travel agencies have welcomed China’s visa-free policy, which is seen as an incentive to revive the tourism sectors in China and Europe. China applied a visa-free policy for ordinary passport holders from five European countries in December, including Spain.

Then in January China added eight more European countries in total to its visa-free policy list on a trial basis.

According to Spain’s tourism agency Turespana, over 60 percent of direct flights linking China and Spain before the pandemic have been restored.From March 31, Air China will have daily flights between Barcelona and Beijing while Cathay Pacific plans to restore direct flights to Hong Kong from Barcelona in June.

According to data from the Spanish Statistical Office, over 380,000 people visited Spain from China last year. However, the figure is well below the level before the pandemic, when more than 700,000 Chinese tourists visited Spain in 2019.

And last year the Balearic government contacted two Chinese airlines in order to study the possibilities of direct flights to Mallorca.
The aim would be to promote Chinese tourism to the island.

This isn’t the first time that there has been talk of direct flights from China.
Five years ago, when the Routes World fair was held in Guangzhou, Aetib, the government’s tourism, attended in order to discuss possibilities. In 2019, Mallorca featured in a TV series for the Chinese market entitled Spain Passion.

But whatever possibilities may have existed were put on hold by the pandemic.

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