With an investment of €311 million, the real estate company owned by the Larios family is planning to transform 250 hectares of agricultural land into a luxury hotel, residential and golf complex.
From land dedicated to intensive agricultural farming to a luxury golf and real estate complex. That is the plan that the Andalucían group Sociedad Azucarera de Larios (Salsa) has up its sleeve for the Maro cliffs area. The area spans 250 hectares and is located in the Malagan town of Nerja.
The project, called Maro Golf, was submitted to public consultation on 23 March by Nerja City Council. Then, the period of consultations and claims began, although that process was paralysed when the State of Emergency was decreed in Spain. Now, this development has become the first project to be validated by the administrative simplification decree that the Andalucían Government approved as part of a package of measures to mitigate the effects of coronavirus on the region’s economy.