The president of Turespaña, Isabel Oliver, today handed over the keys of the Parador de Costa da Morte, in Muxía (A Coruña), to the president of Paradores, Óscar López, once the construction of the establishment has been completed. The public chain will now proceed to condition the facilities to be able to open them to the public in March.

To the ceremony of delivery of the new Parador, which has concluded with the planting of a holly, the delegate of the Government in Galicia, Javier Losada, the director of Tourism of Galicia, Nava Castro, and the mayor of Muxía, Iago Toba, attended.

For Isabel Oliver, that this establishment becomes a reality after so many years "is exciting." “We are convinced that it will be a pole of economic attraction for the area of ​​the Costa da Morte and the creation of jobs. I have no doubt that for Muxía, for A Coruña and for Galicia in general it will have a very positive impact projecting an image of quality and modernity ”.

The Government has invested more than 25 million euros in the construction of the Parador de Costa da Morte, which has almost 15,000 square meters, 63 rooms and spa.

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