Tenerife to receive 67 million Euros from central Government to prepare for economic recovery

Central government is investing 67 million Euros in Tenerife between now and the expected recovery in 2013 to prepare the island for what it hopes to be a resurgence of tourism. The areas to benefit are the municipalities of Adeje, Santiago del Teide, Arona and Puerto de La Cruz. The monies will go towards renovations and new works, and will focus on beaches, walkways, gardens, motorway junctions to main tourist areas, and public areas in those locations. Adeje will get half of the money, 30.5 million Euros, because it is the municipality with the greatest number of tourist beds, being 46,283 compared to 40,324 in Arona, 23,165 in Puerto de la Cruz, and 7,327 in Santiago del Teide. Diario de Avisos

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