The mayor of Adeje hopes that “common sense and legality” will prevail with the Cuna del Alma tourism macroproject


The mayor of Adeje, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga, is confident that “common sense and legality will prevail” around the ‘Cuna del Alma’ project, which is being developed in Puertito de Adeje and has been the subject of a sanction file by the Government of the Canary Islands due to damage to the archaeological heritage.


The director of the tourism macro-project of Puertito de Adeje spent 20 years at the head of one of the most important companies of the Cabildo de Tenerife with CC

The director of the tourism macro-project of Puertito de Adeje spent 20 years at the head of one of the most important companies of the Cabildo de Tenerife with CC

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Speaking to the media before taking part in a meeting with Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto, Fraga launched a message: “we are all going to calm down”, and asked “not to get into a spiral of who has done more, who has done better, and such…”.

He has slipped that the project file “in principle is correct”, because “if not, we would not have taken it to the City Council, obviously; It has passed all the filters there have been and for having ”, he has guaranteed.

Despite this, he has insisted on the message that “we are going to calm down, we are not going to enter a spiral in which I am going to introduce new elements to generate a debate”.

All this, he added, “in the conviction that common sense, current legislation and what is good for the Canary Islands and the tourism sector will prevail”, because one thing and another go hand in hand, he stressed.



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