By Euro Weekly News Media • 05 March 2015 • 12:18
THE Spanish Central Government will spend a total of €847,000 to repair the damage caused by January storms on the Granada Coast.
Specifically, the money has been allocated to fix damage to Salobreña’s promenade, Velilla, Almuñecar, the beaches in La Rabita and Castell de Ferro.
The news was announced by a representative of the central government in Granada, who explained that the budget was decided after an expert from the General Coast Department visited the areas affected by storms and strong winds.
Repair work is expected to begin at some point between March 10 and 15, so that the beach areas can be in perfect conditions for the Semana Santa (Easter) holidays.
In addition, structures to protect the area from future storms will be implemented at these particular beaches, although a budget has not been allocated for this work yet.
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