Good news for Marbella

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A Joint Saudi-Spain Marine Tourism Project
The recent visit by the mayor of Marbella Angeles Munoz to Saudi's Al-Ahlam Marina has been a productive one.The Saudi Gazette reports that "The chairman of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) Tourism Committee and chairman of Al-Ahlam Marine Tourism Group, Prince Abdullah Bin Saud Bin Mohammad has unveiled a joint Saudi–Spanish marine tourism project."The Spanish delegation gave a briefing on the latest endeavors by the Spanish government to revive marine tourism in the city of Marbella, which is a favorite destination for Saudi families.

Prince Abdullah said: "During the meeting, we discussed the best ways to benefit from the Spanish experience in maritime entertainment and sightseeing. Although the population of Spain does not exceed 40 million, it receives more than 70 million tourists a year."
He added that "the Saudi authorities represented by the Emir of Makah region Prince Khaled Al-Faisal hope to speed up the development of the seaside areas with the projects taking place at the current time."
The Spanish tourism industry is mainly focused on the seafronts located along the southern beaches of the country.With this new exiting news, Marbella is now looking forward to an increase in tourism coming from the different arab countries especially next summer season.