Aerial photography architecture abandoned housing spain
An aerial view of Residencial Origo Mare, in La Oliva, Fuerteventura, Spain. The construction of Residencial Origo Mare started in the early 2000s and works were interrupted in 2006 by the justice as it was constructed without an environmental impact assessment. The development is partially constructed in a protected area with a species in danger of extinction, the "Opilión cavernícola majorero" (Maiorerus randoi). The promotional description for this development read. "The best kept secret of the Canary Islands". Today is partially run by the french group Pierre & Vacances.