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Wednesday, 14 September 2016 17:25

Son of Bjorn Lyng sells 50% Of Anfi to IFA for 41.300.000 euros.

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Ragnar Lyng, son of Bjorn Lyng who built Anfi in Patalavaca, Arguineguín has just confirmed that he has sold the family's part of Anfi del Mar for 41,3 million euros to the German/Spanish hotel chain IFA. Since IFA is controlled by Lopesan, this means that Gran Canaria's largest hotel chain now owns half of Anfi del Mar and its new Tauro operation. 

Since IFA is controlled by Lopesan, this means that Gran Canaria's largest hotel chain now owns half of Anfi del Mar and its new Tauro operation. The other half, plus the golden share, are owned by local businessman Santana Cazorla. 

Anfi del Mar is a resort situated on the southwest coast of Gran Canaria in Spain. The facility consists of four-holiday clubs with just under one thousand apartments. It is a timeshare complex with more or less 30.000 members.

It took ten years to sell the complex, according to Ragnar Lyng. As none of the family members live in Gran Canaria since his father died, he thought Anfi del Mar would be better off in local hands.

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