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Global Overview

Dolphin acquires attractively priced seafront sites of exceptional natural beauty and develops them into high-end, premium-branded residential resorts, capitalising on its in-house expertise.

Dolphin’s portfolio is currently spread over 49 million m² of prime coastal developable land and comprises 13 large-scale, leisure-integrated residential resorts under development in Greece, Cyprus, Croatia and Turkey.

Greece

Greece

The birthplace of European civilization

Greece today offers travellers the comforts of modern Europe in close proximity to the stark beauty of the ancient world. Tourism amounts for 18% of GDP, and is poised for growth as a number of high end international brands are developing properties in the market. 2014 international arrivals reached an all time record of 19.5 million (despite the loss of additional tourist arrivals from Russia and Ukraine due to political instability).

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Amanzoe, Porto Heli, Greece
Cyprus

Cyprus

Cyprus is a deeply enjoyable holiday island that boasts myriad charms year round.

A well established second home destination for Europeans, Cyprus benefits from an excellent climate and long seasonality, a stable legal system inherited from the British, excellent infrastructure, a buzzing nightlife and one of the highest per capita incomes in the world.

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Venus Rock, Cyprus
Turkey

Turkey

Straddling two continents, Europe and Asia, Turkey has an unrivalled strategic position between East and West.

Today, the country’s archaeological and cultural wonders, and its lush and twirling Mediterranean coastline, are a Mecca for tourists, attracting millions of European holidaymakers each year. From hikers and adventurers, to yachters and history enthusiasts, Turkey can cater to anyone.

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LaVanta Resort, Turkey
Croatia

Croatia

With a spectacular coastline that stretches across the Adriatic, Croatia’s appeal is obvious.

A heaven for yachters and sun worshippers alike, Croatia is quickly emerging as an adventure and gastronomy destination to boot. Croatia’s growing tourist industry has always been a large source of the country’s national wealth (currently accounting for 20% of GDP) and recent legislative changes promise to take it to all new levels.

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Livka Bay Resort, Croatia