POREČ 24 September 2019 – Valamar Riviera will start construction on what will be the largest resort in Croatia, worth a total of €105 million, in October, the company has presented today.
Valamar is transforming Hotel Pical 2* in Poreč into a luxury year-round 5-star resort with 514 keys. The resort will accommodate up to 1,700 guests and will feature 7 bars, 7 restaurants, swimming pools spanning 2,200 m2 of water surface, premium beach facilities, a new Sundance Beach Club, a congress center for 1,200 participants, an indoor pool and spa center, family oriented Maro facilities and a wide range of options for active holidays.
The project gets under way next week and is expected to be completed by the 2021 season. It is the largest single investment in Croatian tourism.
Valamar’s investment in the Pical zone which, together with Valamar Collection Marea Suites 5*, opened this year, is poised to become the flagship leisure area in Poreč and one of the most attractive holiday spots in Croatia.
“With this investment, Valamar continues the strategy of raising the quality of its portfolio and services towards high value-added tourism. The new Pical zone is transforming the Poreč tourism into a higher quality one, which will ensure year-round tourism and significantly increase the tourist value of the destination. promenades and recreation zone and an indoor swimming pool for citizens and guests of the city will be built in accordance with Valamar’s mission to develop tourism in a socially responsible and sustainable way, “ said Valamar CEO Željko Kukurin.
Valamar Riviera is Croatia’s leading tourism company operating hotels, resorts and camping resorts in prime destinations – Istria, the islands of Krk and Rab, Makarska, Dubrovnik, and Obertauern in Austria. Valamar’s 34 hotels and resorts and 15 camping resorts can welcome around 58,000 guests daily and provide perfect holidays and authentic experiences for each guest.