According to the Mayor of Salobreña, the groyne project, which is to be built at the mouth of Río Guadalfeo, has already been drawn up.
Mayor María Eugenia Rufino says that the next step is to send it off for environmental approval by the Central Government in Madrid. In fact, she had just returned from a meeting there when she made this announcement.
According to her calculations it should clear Madrid within three months and then would be put up for bidding.
“It’s a very necessary construction,” she said, adding, “it rounds off all the paseo reconstruction work and will protect the Paseo Marítimo from future gales and storms.”
Whilst in Madrid she also brought up the subject of the seashore path which runs under the Caletón cliffs but which at the moment is cordoned off owing to the danger of rockfalls.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)