Chiringuito Owners Respond

Saturday, August 4, 2018
By Martin Myall

The owner of the chiringuito that is being built on La Herradura beach states that they have all the necessary licences to open its doors once finished.

Furthermore, the location of the chiringuito under construction, which should open next week, was approved by the Environmental Department.

The owner points out that the structure only occupies 70 sq/m and is right up against the the road (pavement) and blocks nobody’s view. In his opinion the new chiringuito will be positive for the area and will provide something different compared to such existing establishments.

While recognising that “some people are not happy with it,” he considers that the majority of people are “looking forward to it opening.”

The owners’ (it has joint ownership) of Chiringuito Amarre Beach, as it will be known, want to avoid all controversy and only want to open their doors and give a good service to their prospective customers.

Editorial comment: some locals question whether La Herradura really needs any more chiringuitos, whilst others will welcome it, but there is serious doubt over how this is all governed: Costas initially took away badly needed parking down the Peña Parda end, because the ‘beach is sacrosanct,’ it seems, yet up pops another structure… even while Costas is doing its damnedest to remove structures that have operated without problem for the last 30 years on that same beach.

(News: Herradura, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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