Europe's largest man-made beach

Chilean multinational Crystal Lagoons, which specialises in the building of artificial lakes, will be tasked with the construction of the 25,000-square-metre (6.2 acre) lake.
The beach, expected to be visited by around 250,000 people a year paying €10  a head, is set to take up another 15,000 square metres (3.7 acres). Stunning computerised images released by the firm of what the artificial beach will look like when finished show windsurfers, kayakers and swimmers enjoying themselves in Caribbean-style transparent water.

A restaurant, beach bar, toboggan slides and a sailing school and 1,000 parking spaces complete the project. The beach is expected to be up and running in two and a half years, three at most. Alovera Beach is planned for an area to the south of the town and municipality of the same name, which has a current population of just over 12,000 inhabitants. It is linked to the construction of more than 4,000 houses in the area. If all goes to plan, Alovera's population is expected to jump to around 30,000.
Crystal Lagoons was the firm chosen to build an artificial beach that was going to be constructed as part of a macro leisure complex featuring a casino in Torres de la Alameda near Madrid, which the city council rejected for a second time in July.

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