La Voz de Almeria
August 8, 2014
It will promote the image of the town and its attractions for visitors
The images of this small municipality of Almeria will be one of the first things thousands of tourists will see each year after landing at the Almeria airport.
It was unveiled on Thursday August 7th and will stand next to the entrance where passengers can collect information and provides services on dining, accommodations and activities that can be procured in the area.
This island, with a stewardess to resolve user concerns, is lined with vinyl photos of beautiful sunsets over the hills of the desert, its cinematic spaces, its castle and our acclaimed olive oil and associated products. In addition, the module adds two screens to give visibility from both sides, and has a lower counter adapted for the handicapped young children and travelers so they may have access to different booklets containing all kinds of information about the monuments, desert trips, places to visit such as the Oaysis-MiniHollywood Theme Park or the Village Fort Bravo, accommodations and the hotels catering to the visitors who want to find Tabernas. The islands presence will continue for the next 2 years.