By Euro Weekly News Media • 13 February 2015 • 11:31
SALOBREÑA Council has forced the removal of motor caravans from sites in La Guardia and El Gambullon.
Owners received notice on February 11 that they would not be able to keep their vehicles parked at these sites and had one day to clear up the area.
Salobreña mayor Gonzalo Fernandez Pulido, said that the town was not rejecting caravan tourism, which helps the local economy in the low season, but he explained that there were regulations to be followed and that these plots did not have appropriate electricity supplies or safety measures to host caravans.
As an alternative, the council has been working on a project to open a campsite in the area located behind Avenida de Andalucia.
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