Spanish Mediterranean (7)

The previous posts on tourism in the Spanish Mediterranean coast have described municipalities in which tourism has gained relevance in terms of use of the urban spaces. But there was no idea of a single project, as the chosen examples where rather an overlay of individual projects on a common geographic site. The following posts describe some spots on that littoral (Costa Ballena is on the Atlantic, but follows similar logics) that have a unifying project, with new urban tissues unrelated to previous urban areas. Their creation in different moments and under different administrations has created differences, as well in tourism positioning as in the ways in which the land is used. The touristic city develops in these spaces with the widest autonomy, for better and for worse.

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