Just like in Bulgaria, the tourism sector is growing in its neighbouring country Romania. The wide range of tourism offers at Romania’s Black Sea coast and in the picturesque mountain ranges it has to offer, will now be extended further, by a green mountain resort.
In a partnership with Romanians, the Dutch investor Gerard Doedee is in the process of setting up 68 green houses, on just as many hectares of land, in the Vama Buzaului region, right in Transylvania. These houses will fit into the scenery with their design. More importantly, they will be energy-effective and support themselves with solar panels, which will deliver both electricity and hot water.
The first house was presented this weekend, while the entire project is supposed to be finalized in 2020. The price tag on the entire thing amounts to 15 million euro, which Doedee will come up with, in cooperation with Romanian investors and the town of Vama Buzaului, which will be providing the land.
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