Valamar has started work on the new Valamar Collection Marea Suites 5 * hotel in the Borik area of Poreč, which will welcome the 2019 season with 5 * level facilities. Valamar thus continues to develop the Borik zone through accommodation and the offer of more added value, and with this investment it plans to create 100 new jobs. The future Valamar Collection Marea Suites 5 * is designed for families with children and this investment will expand the offer of family vacations in Porec where guests will be able to enjoy V level services, luxury suites with sea views, more than 200 m2 attractive swimming pools, beaches, restaurants, sports facilities and Maro offer for children of all ages.Construction works have begun with the preparation of the construction site and the demolition of existing buildings, and part of the promenade along the beach will be fenced off from November 1, followed by construction and additional arrangement of the beach. Valamar points out that special care will be paid to arranging horticulture and planting new trees, plants and ornamental plants that are indigenous to the Istrian climate.The works have started according to plan, Valamar points out and emphasizes that they once again thank their fellow citizens for their understanding due to the limited access to this part of the promenade during the works during this autumn and winter. “Since 2017, HRK 4,6 million has already been invested in the beach in front of Valamar Pinia, in the arrangement of a sandy beach for families with small children, additional stairs to the sea, reconstruction of the protective embankment along the breakwater (schoolchildren), public lighting and showers, locker rooms , umbrellas, deck chairs and other equipment. Almost one million kuna was invested in Trattoria La Pentol in Borik, while 2,4 million kuna was invested in arranging the beach in front of the Pical hotel”They pointed out from Valamar. In 2019, Valamar Riviera continues with a strong investment cycle In 2019, Valamar Riviera continues with a strong investment cycle in the amount of HRK 752 million, which is a continuation of the company’s investment strategy in repositioning its portfolio towards high value-added offers and services.One of the major investments this year is certainly the repositioning of the current Istra Sunny Camping 2 * in Funtana in Poreč. This camp is entering the second phase of the investment to become a 5 * camping resort next season called Istra Premium Camping Resort and with the ambition to become one of the better camps in Europe.
Hearts of Oak moved to top of the league after securing a first ever defeat of Berekum Chelsea at the dreaded Golden City Park on Sunday.The last time Chelsea lost at home was on the 30th December 2012, a 0-1 defeat to Amidaus and since then, they have gone four years without losing a match at home. This was the visitors’ first win in eight years at the Stadium.Also, the Phobians had not recorded a win at the Golden City Park since 2008. This win is also notable because Kenichi had, only two weeks ago, led Hearts to a first win in nine years in Obuasi This game in Berekum was an end-to-end affair from the blast of the whistle in the early stages of the games.Hearts protested for a penalty in the 17th minute after Paul Acquah’s ball struck Nicholas Opoku of Chelsea in the penalty box but the referee waved play on.A minute later, Samuel Yeboah had a great opportunity to open the scoring but his shot went straight to the side netting. The home side took the game to the visitors afterwards, pilling all the pressure for a first goal but held on to curtail the series of attack to end the first half goalless moving to the dressing room.After the break, the host continued with the pressure whiles Hearts kept sitting back clearing their lines.On the 59th minute, Paul Acquah broke on a counter attack and set Cosmos Dauda who put Samuel Yeboah through to finish off by opening the scoring for Hearts.Nine minutes after, substitute Foovi Aguide struck a long range shot only to have it rattle the crossbar.Hearts were under extreme pressure from the host as they sat deep into their half, but the host only had goalkeeper Samuel Akurugu to beat as he made fine and point blank saves to keep his team in the game. Aguidi had an opportunity in the 90th minute to increase the tally but his shot went way over.The match ended with the Phobians beating Chelsea at home to go top of the league table after Wa All Stars also succumbed to a 3-1 defeat to Techiman City.Berekum Chelsea Line upJohn Moosie, Nicholas Opoku, Richard Adjei, Justice Anane, Osei Bonsu, Kingsley Effah, Brimah Mohammed, Charles Appiah, Ameyaw, Asiwome Fumador, Richard OtiHearts of Oak Line up Samuel Akurugu, Robin Gnagne, Fatawu Mohammed, Kenndy Appiah, Richard Akrofi, Mustapha Essuman, Isaac Mensah, Ashitey Ollenu, Samuel Yeboah, Cosmos Dauda, Paul Acquah