The Town Hall calls the material being used “ecological paving” but it looks quite similar to the ornate bricks you would use in a wall.
Anyway, the paths receiving this attention extend from behind Playa Galera to Playa Cabria, running a total of 1,300 metres.
The Councillor for the Environment, Luis Aragón, says that this kind of material is being used to stop the dirt paths being eroded by the rain.
“This type of paving allows vegetation to grow up through them so that the paving will end up blending in,” he explained.
It should take around four months to lay the lot, he said using a crew of seven: four labourers and three ‘officials.’ (no comment).
Oh, and they are going to improve the parking lighting whilst they are there.
(News: Almunecar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)