Villas M will become the first Italian tourist destination to open for business on Sunday.
The opening of the first phase of the development at Villa delle Cava is a major step in Italy’s quest to become a leading European tourism destination and a major win for the local economy, according to the mayor of the city of Villa, Giuseppe Pinchetti.
The villa will have the capacity to house up to 2,000 people and is expected to open to the public on Sunday afternoon, June 18.
The building is being built by a local company, Villas Pinche, and the mayor said the project was already on the drawing board.
“The plan was to begin construction in March this year but unfortunately the timing has been wrong.
The work has to be completed by June 25,” Pincheti said.
He added that the project would bring tourism to the city, and that the local community would benefit from the development.
“There will be a lot of tourists coming to Villas Cava because we will have more opportunities for them to enjoy the best of the best,” he said.
Pinchetti, who has previously said that the village could be a future tourist destination for the region, added that it was the “perfect timing” to build a new villa.
“We have already built some buildings for the last 20 years, but I believe that it will be possible to open a new development and I hope that the new project will bring more tourists,” he told La Repubblica newspaper.