Russia's White Dune Resort on the Baltic Sea to Rise in 2025

Russia's White Dune Resort on the Baltic Sea to Rise in 2025


Tourism.RF Corporation plans to begin construction of the first facilities of the large-scale White Dune resort in the Kaliningrad Region next year. The master plan is currently being developed. The project was discussed at a working meeting held by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko in the Kaliningrad Region together with Governor Anton Alikhanov. This is stated in a message on the website of the regional government.

"Tourism.RF Corporation considers the White Dune tourism project to be one of the largest in Russia and unprecedented for the Kaliningrad Region. Active master planning of the territory is underway. Construction of the supporting infrastructure and the first facilities will begin next year," said Denis Sekachev, First Deputy General Director of Tourism.RF, at the meeting, whose words are quoted in the message.

The corporation expects that more than 40 hotels with a total capacity of over 10,000 rooms will be built in two stages. It is also planned to create a water park, an amusement park, eco-trails and sports facilities.

In turn, the governor of the region said that the design and creation of all the necessary engineering infrastructure for the new resort is supposed to be completed by 2030. "The investment phase itself - the design and construction of hotel and sanatorium-resort complexes, already with the participation of business, including, is the period until the end of 2033," - the website of the regional government quotes Alikhanov.

"White Dune" is part of the federal project for the construction of year-round sea resorts "Five Seas and Lake Baikal".

The development of pre-project documentation and the master plan is planned to be completed in the first half of 2025. Active work is already underway to attract investors.

As Chernyshenko said at the meeting, the volume of investments in the tourist infrastructure of the project will amount to about 400 billion rubles, 90% of which are funds from private investors.

"The implementation of such a large-scale project is prognostically expected to provide an additional tourist flow to the region of 1.1 million people a year and will create almost 18 thousand new jobs," - his words are quoted in the message.

As stated in the reference on the Tourism.RF website, "White Dune" will be an all-season resort with modern tourist infrastructure and the world's largest open swimming pool, sanatorium-resort treatment facilities on the Baltic Sea coast with a snow-white sandy beach.

The project also provides for the creation of a yacht marina, hotels with heated pools, a landscaped embankment and beaches, a golf course, a conference hall and a concert площадка, a business quarter.

"White Dune" will be located within an hour's drive from the Kaliningrad (Khrabrovo) airport.

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