Almuñécar has decided to set up a Beach Management Committee to come up with the best way of organising beach space during the winding down of the Lock Down.
The Councillor for Turismo y Playas, Daniel Barbero, explained that the said committee would have the task of planning beach services and activities, as well as coordinating with other areas of local government.
It’s members are the Mayor, who will be the Chairperson together with the technical staff of each department that has any part in the normal running of the municipalities beaches. “External” people could also be called in to help, explained Sr. Barbero.
Almuñécar and La Herradura beaches opened up on the 1st of June, when the province reached Phase Two. The 35 Lifeguards, however, will not be on duty until the 12th or 19th, so no attempted drowning until then, please.
The next big day will be the 15th of June, when the contigent provided by the Junta arrive, numbering 79 auxillary personnel, whose task it will be to coordinate with the Policía Local in their duties; i.e., stopping people forming human pyramids and generally panting on each other.
In the meantime all the noticeboards, walkways and giving things a general lick of paint… and speaking of licking: no licking the lifeguards, please!
On these noticeboards there will be QR codes that you can scan and get all the necessary info about beach use, etc, in Spanish, English and Klingon trash talk.
(News: Almunecar/Herradura, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)