Rooms with a view!

Already, the government has set up a group called the Faros de España to find out which lighthouses can be used as hotels or charming, remote houses. It’s good news for the Spanish economy as it’s thought the conversion of these structures into hotels, restaurants and other quirky facilities could help offset the 9.5 million euro annual cost of operating the lighthouses and coastal navigation markers. With this in mind, we could see Marbella’s famous faro (lighthouse) turned into new, luxury lodgings.