Gamboa beach in Cabo Verde will be the location of a hotel complex costing 85 million euros, with several tourist facilities, announced the mayor of Praia, Óscar Santos.
Speaking to the Inforpress news agency, the mayor said that this complex, which is already underway, is the result of an investment being made by a Cape Verdean citizen, in partnership with English investors, although he declined to disclose their identities.
Santos said the hotel complex in question has no connection with the tourist project on the island of Santa Maria, of Macau businessman David Chow, noting, however, that the two will complement each other.
Chow’s project is estimated to cost US$250 million, according to the Praia town hall, and is expected to create more than 2,000 direct jobs. (macauhub)