Ayada resort targets autumn opening for Maldives debut

The Aydeniz group, a Turkish development company, is set to launch its first resort development in the Maldives later this year with the opening of the 112-villa Ayada Maldives property in Gaaf Alif Atoll.

A spokesperson for the company told Minivan News that the resort is scheduled to open in the autumn and would be an entirely new tourist property operated by a recently formed local subsidiary of the Aydeniz Group.

According to the resort operator, Ayada Maldives will consist of 62 seafront villas and 50 water villas spread over a 150,000 square meter island that will also aim to offer both reef and pool swimming, water sports opportunities, spa treatments , a “health bar” and a selection of restaurants providing  international cuisine.

Along with its tourist properties, the Aydeniz Group has operations in areas such as agriculture, engineering and construction that includes bridge and road building projects in the Maldives, Turkey, Afghanistan and Ethiopia.


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  1. I am so happy for this...I was waiting for a resort like that to work...

    Where can we send our cv?

    Thank you...Thank you Turkii Thank you Ankarae...


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