Concrete jungle plans for Tarifa UNESCO nature reserve
01 June 2012 @ 15:35
PLANS to build 350 villas and hotels with over 1,400 rooms on a seaside nature reserve has incensed residents in Tarifa (Cádiz).
The natural dunes on Valdevaqueros beach, which are home to endangered species of plants and animals, may soon become buried in concrete unless public pressure halts the move.
A total of 700,000 square metres of land in the Strait of Gibraltar and Los Alcornocales nature reserves will be taken up with the huge resort and residential complex.
Read more at thinkSPAIN.com
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