Greece Gives Green Light To Three Tourism Investment Schemes
Greece has given the green light for three tourism investment schemes, totalling €240.5 million, on the islands of Mykonos, Crete and Santorini.
Tourism accounts for about a quarter of economic output in Greece, which saw a record of about 33 million visitors last year.
Hotels, Tourism Resort And Marina
The Greek government approved the three separate schemes this week for the construction of hotels on Mykonos, a tourist resort on Crete and a marina on Santorini.
It also cleared a shopping and recreation mall on the outskirts of Athens budgeted at €93.4 million.
All four projects are expected to create about 1,200 jobs of full and seasonal employment, the government said in statement.