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  • Albania progetti di sviluppo turistico Marpillero&Associati International Sh.p.k. rruga M. Matohiti 22 - Tirana (Albania) - Tel. +355 4 2421861 www.marpillerointernational.eu info@marpillerointernational.eu
  • Il paesaggio naturale Le coste albanesi offrono bellezze naturali che nulla hanno da invidiare alla limitrofa Grecia. Ciò che contraddistingue l’Albania dagli altri litorali adriatici è la presenza di oltre 400 km di coste ancora vergini. Non vi è infatti ancora nessuna struttura turisticaconstandardeuropeichepossa soddisfare la clientela internazionale che sempre più spesso sceglie ‘Albania come destinazione delle proprie vacanze. Economicità Investire in Albania ha un costo estremamente basso rispetto agli altri Paesi Europei. Vi è solo il 10% di tasse sui redditi, nessuna tassa sull’acquisto di proprietà e il Governo ofrre numerosi incentivi agli investitori stranieri. Il settore del turismo è inoltre in continua crescita, con un trend del +20% all’anno per i prossimi dieci anni. Fama internazionale L’Albania è stata eletta“Best Destination 2011” dalle guide turistiche Lonely Planet. Tra le testate che negli ultimi mesi hanno pubblicato articoli sul turismo in Albania vi sono il New York Times, l’Independent, il Financial Times, La Repubblica, La Stampa, Il Sole 24 Ore e il Corriere della Sera. Investire nel turismo in Albania: le ragioni di una scelta Albania, progetti di sviluppo turistico Marpillero&Associati International alcune immagini dell’Albania scattate dal fotografo Alket Islami
  • Un esclusivo villaggio turistico fronte mare dotato di centro commerciale, zona balneare, attrezzature sportive, piscine private e condivise, zona servizi, parcheggio pubblico. Oltre 700 unità residenziali suddivise in varie tipologie, dalla villa di 140mq con giardino e piscina privata all’appartamento nell’esclusivo residence, senza dimenticare la villa a schiera a due piani o l’alloggio nelle palazzine in linea. Gjiri i Lalzit 3.400 mq 6.650 mq, 240 posti auto 130-140 mq, 30 unità 122 mq, 15 unità 105 mq, 120 unità 50-80 mq, 450 unità 2.000 mq 1.000 mq 140.000 mq 50 mln di Euro I progetti in corso Villaggi turistici, porti e marine Lungo i tratti più affascinanti delle coste albanesi, in posizioni strategiche e nevralgiche, abbiamo individuato alcune zone ideali per lo sviluppo di strutture turistiche all’avanguardia e a basso impatto ambientale. Stiamo lavorando a numerosi progetti e la nostra offerta si arricchisce costantemente di nuove inziative e opportunità. Albania Progetti di sviluppo turistico Località: Commercio e servizi: Parcheggio pubblico: Ville unifamiliari: Ville bifamiliari: Ville a schiera: Appartamenti: Zona sportiva: Centro balneare: Superficie: Investimento: Lalzit Bay Village
  • Nonostante la posizione strategica al centro del Mediterraneo, l’Albania è ancora priva di porti turistici adeguatamente attrezzati: è quindi una grossa opportunità poter essere i precursori nel settore e costruire una marina dotata di numerosi posti barca e servizi integrati. Il nostro progetto prevede la realizzazione di un porto con oltre 400 posti barca, un hotel da 120 camere, 50 unità residenziali, un centinaio di parcheggi per le auto, servizi per la nautica, negozi, ristoranti e un centro sportivo con piscina e palestra. Gjiri i Lalzit 434 unità 50 unità piscina, palestra, campi da tennis102 unità 120 camere 40.000 mq 30 mln di Euro Porto di Gjiri i Lalzit Progetti di sviluppo turistico Località: Posti barca: Residenze: Sport: Negozi, ristoranti e servizi Posti auto: Hotel: Superficie: Investimento: Albania
  • Proponiamo un progetto di espansione turistica in prossimità della foce del fiume Vjiossa, tra due aree a protezione ambientale con un fronte mare di quasi 3 km. L’area ha una capacità insediativa di oltre 20.000 abitanti: il nostro progetto prevede 3.500 unità residenziali suddivisi in varie tipologie, un porto turistico con 510 posti barca e spazi per la cantieristica, un campo da golf a 18 buche, 5 hotel e ovviamente numerose zone commerciali, sportive e per i servizi. A sud di Saranda, di fronte a Corfù, vi è la bellissima località di Ksamil: stiamo progettando un villaggio turistico che si sviluppa su una supeficie di 30 ettari, composto da ville mono e bi-familiari e da graziosi appartamenti organizzati in piccole palazzine. Il complesso sarà dotato di appositi servizi, spazi per il commercio, una struttura alberghiera e un porto. Sulla foce del fiume Bunes prenderà vita un porto turistico destinato a diventare fulcro nevralgico per l’intera Albania e le zone limitrofe. Il progetto prevede 130 posti barca ampliabili, ville residenziali a tipologia mista, un hotel resort con piscina, campi da tennis e da calcetto, un campo da golf a 18 buche, negozi - ristoranti - servizi... e ovviamente la capitaneria di porto e uno yatch club. Valona Saranda Bunes 370.000 mq 65.000 mq 35.000 mq 400 mln di Euro 30 mln di Euro 40 mln di Euro Complesso turistico a Valona Villaggio turistico a Saranda Marina di Bunes Progetti di sviluppo turistico Località: Località: Località: Superficie: Superficie: Superficie: Investimento: Investimento: Investimento: Albania
  • www.marpillerointernational.eu info@marpillerointernational.eu Rruga M. Matohiti, 22 Tirana - Albania tel. +355 4 2421861 NUIS L11403014L facebook.com/Marpillero twitter.com/Marpillero youtube.com/Marpillero
  • Albania projects and opportunities in the touristic sector Marpillero&Associati International Sh.p.k. rruga M. Matohiti 22 - Tirana (Albania) - Tel. +355 4 2421861 www.marpillerointernational.eu info@marpillerointernational.eu
  • Lalzit Bay Village Marpillero&Associati International With a simple glance at the geography of the Adriatic Sea you can immediately understand the real reason that makes Albania the new frontier for the development of beach tourism. The Italian Adriatic coast is one of the most stable and profitable tourist hotspots in the European scene, starting from the fine sands of Lignano Sabbiadoro up to the coasts of Salento, passing through the coastline of Romagna: year after year, the market has been developing an increasingly consolidating. Now there is little room for new initiatives, and even if there are interesting opportunities the “European” costs don’t allow very profitable margins as 20 years ago. Aware of this phenomenon in the last 15 years the investors have diverted their attention to the coast of Croatia and Montenergo. The remarkable success of these zones and the implementation of major investments have given a strong acceleration in the economy of these lands: the living standards reached higher levels and consequently the cost of living for tourists. With this premises, and a Greek market where the speculation is difficult as the country is experiencing a regression, the attention leads to a coast ompletely new for the European tourism: Albania, as a territory almost entirely virgin offers profitable entrepreneurial opportunities for the development of beach tourism. Territorial framework: why Albania? If architecture, as suggested by Schelling, is synonymous with harmony and emotion, Marpillero&Associati International is a candidate to be a sensitive and accurate orchestra leader. The Company is an architectural design studio operating for over 15 years, specialized in commercial, touristic and residential projects. The Society is established in Tirana and is one of the first international firm in Albania: the team work is multidisciplinary and includes more than 110 technicians. Marpillero&Associati International uses the approach of the integrated project, which allows every aspect to be carefully defined as a whole: the result of a process focused on clients’needs. Integrated design means team work and all-round management of all the technical and quality aspects of a building scheme, thanks to the specific skills of each professional consultant involved. Integrated design begins with the preliminary designwhichisusedinthefinaldesignanddetailed in the working design. This approach allows every aspect of the project to be carefully defined as a whole, optimising costs and schedules. Architecture is petrified music. (F. Schelling)
  • The landscape Albanian beaches are so stunning and beautiful that they don’t have to envy Greek or Croatian seashores. What distinguishes Albanian beaches from the other seashores in the Adriatic Sea is the presence of over 400 km of virgin coasts. There are no facilities (yet!) with European standards that would satisfy the international clients who are increasingly choosing Albania as a holiday destination. Cheapness Investing in Albania is very convenient in comparison to other European countries. There is only a 10% income tax, no tax on the purchase of property and the Government offers numerous incentives to foreign investors. In addition the tourism sector is constantly growing, with a trend of +20% annually over the next ten years. International success Albania has been elected “Best Destination 2011” by the Lonely Planet travel guides. Renowned newspapers and magazines have recently published various articles focused on the growing tourism trend in Albania: The New York Times, The Independent, Financial Times, La Repubblica, La Stampa, Il Sole 24 Ore and Corriere della Sera. Investing in the tourism sector in Albania: hotspots Albania, projects and opportunities Marpillero&Associati International Albania coastline photographed by Alket Islami
  • An exclusive beachfront resort with shopping centre, bathing establishment, sports facilities, private and shared swimming pools, services, public parking. More than 700 residential units of various typology: the 140sqm villas with garden and private swimming pool, the exclusive apartments, the residences, the semi detached villas, the in-line buildings and many others... Gjiri i Lalzit 3.400 sqm 6.650 sqm, 240 lots 130-140 sqm, 30 units 122 sqm, 15 units 105 sqm, 120 units 50-80 sqm, 450 units 2.000 sqm 1.000 sqm 140.000 sqm 50 mln Euro Projects at a glance Holiday villages, harbours and resorts Along the most fascinating spots of the Albanian coastline, in strategic positions, we identified the areas for the development of touristic facilities and infrastructures. We are working on several projects and our offer is continuously enriched by new initiatives and opportunities. Albania, projects and opportunities Marpillero&Associati International Where: Shopping and service: Public parking: Single-family villas: Two-family villas: Semi detached villas: Apartments: Sport: Bathing: Area: Investment: Lalzit Bay Village
  • Despite the strategic location at the heart of the Mediterranean, Albania is still without adequately equipped marinas: it is therefore a great opportunity to be pioneers in the field and build a marina with numerous berths and integrated services. Our project involves the construction of a marina with 400 berths, a hotel with 120 rooms, 50 residential units, hundreds of parking lots, boating facilities, shops, restaurants and a sports center with gym adn swimming pool. Gjiri i Lalzit 434 units 50 units swimming pool, gym, tennis102 units 120 rooms 40.000 sqm 30 mln Euro Gjiri i Lalzit marina Marpillero&Associati International Where: Berths: Residential Sport: Shops, restaurants and facilities Parking lots: Hotel: Area: Investment: Albania, projects and opportunities
  • We planned a projects of touristic expansion near the mouth of the river Vjiossa, between two natural preserved areas with a seafront of 3 km. The area has a capacity of settlement for over 20,000 residents: our project includes 3,500 residential units of different tyopologies, a marina with 510 berths, a 18-hole golf course, 5 hotels and of course many shopping areas, sports and services. At the south of Saranda, in front of Corfu, there is the beautiful village of Ksamil: we are designing a holiday village on an area of 30 hectares, consisting of one- and two-family houses and nice apartments arranged in small blocks. The complex will be equipped with special services, a hotel, a marina and a shopping centre. At the mouth of the river Bunes, this marina wil become the nerve center for the whole Albania and the surrounding areas. The project includes 130 berths, expandable villas, mixed type of residential units, a hotel with a swimming pool, tennis and football courts, a 18-hole golf course, shops, restaurants, services ... and of course the harbour and a yacht club. Vlorë Sarandë Bunes 370.000 sqm 65.000 sqm 35.000 mq 400 mln Euro 30 mln Euro 40 mln di Euro Vlorë resort Sarandë holiday village Bunes marina Marpillero&Associati International Where: Where: Where: Area: Area: Area: Investment: Investment: Investment: Albania, projects and opportunities
  • www.marpillerointernational.eu info@marpillerointernational.eu Rruga M. Matohiti, 22 Tirana - Albania tel. +355 4 2421861 NUIS L11403014L facebook.com/Marpillero twitter.com/Marpillero youtube.com/Marpillero