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Land for sale;
Plot in Puerto Santiago (the municipality of Santiago del Teide);
Currently non-hotelier but allows change to residential. In this case these are the data:
Area Plot: 11,604,25 m2;
Built Area: 10,025 m2;
They would leave 105 villas of 70 to 90 m2 useful surface.
Investment project. Plot of land of 11,604,25 m2 in the resort town of Puerto de Santiago.
Price: 5.500.000 €
Puerto de Santiago is a small resort town located on the south-west of the island of Tenerife. It is part of the municipality of Santiago del Teide. Located just 13 km from the administrative center.
The city is situated at an altitude of 25 meters above sea level. It stretches for 13 km along the coastline and a population of about 6,000 inhabitants. Puerto de Santiago is extremely convenient geographical location. The town nestles in a natural bay on the outskirts of the famous mountains Los Gigantes. The bay is protected from the waves of the natural rock breakwater, as well as artificially strengthened in the process of urban development.
In recent years, Puerto de Santiago has become one of the most attractive tourist resorts in Tenerife. Here flourishes “quiet” vacation, for people who do not like the noisy tourist centers. The main attractions of this area are the cliffs of Los Gigantes. They tower over the sea at an altitude of 600 m. And the world-famous “black” beach of Playa de la Arena, covered with black volcanic sand.
The largest Canary Island of Tenerife has long been famous for its unique climate, picturesque landscape and excellent service. The island is on the list of the most desired and prestigious resorts in the world. However, it is not right to consider Tenerife only as a privileged tourist area. The island offers great opportunities for their own businesses and investment projects. This can be confirmed by many foreign nationals who have acquired here real estate or their own businesses. Today, there are created the most favorable conditions for investments. Since the inflow of foreign capital is crucial to the island’s economy, and supported by the local authorities.