Salom, who paid a visit to Raixa yesterday, said that the final phase of the renovation work is nearly complete, and once it is, the doors will be flung open to the public.
During the visit, Salom checked on how the restoration of the gardens was coming along and also the construction of a geographical museum.
She explained that the Council of Majorca's primary aim is to establish Raixa as a must see attraction for all visitors coming to Majorca.
The restoration project, which has also included the installment of an audiovisual experience which recounts the history of the famous property, has cost nearly six million euros but once complete, Raixa will act as the gateway to the Serra Tramuntana which was recently declared a UNESCO natural heritage site.
The geographical museum, for example, will be dedicated to the 19 municipalities which the heritage site comprises.
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