The new development by Taylor Wimpey alongside the Dorint hotel and golf course, that we reported on back in May, is progressing well. The ground floor of the first block of two and three-bedroomed townhouses has been built, and work continues on preparing the site for the remainder. More details of the project (and prices) can be found here.
Meanwhile, the new double villa - the one that looks more like a couple of office blocks (photo above) - that was built overlooking the resort a couple of years ago still remains on the depressed market. Things must be so desperate now that they're trying to flog the 16 million Euro edifice with a listing in the New York Times.
Elsewhere, dozens of apartments and villas remain empty as the recession in Spain maintains its tight grip. Even with yesterday's news of a 0.1% growth in the economy we doubt that there will be a surge of buyers heading to Camp de Mar in the near future.