First Dog-Friendly Beach In Almeria 

STEP FORWARD: A designated beach open to dogs could attract more visitors to Adra, according to the Beaches and Animal Protection councillor.  CREDIT: Ayuntamiento de Adra 

ADRA has become the first municipality in Almeria with an officially dog-friendly beach. 
It is totally permitted to take pooches onto the Playa de la Rana thanks to the authorisation of the Junta de Andalucia’s Agriculture, Fishing and Sustainable Development territorial delegation. 
The local council now has all the pertinent permissions to be able to install the necessary signs and equipment on the 3,400sqm beach so that dog owners and their canine companions can fully enjoy the area. 
Adra Beaches and Animal Protection councillor Elisa Fernandez described the news as “much hoped for and positive for Adra.” 
Allowing pet owners to freely take their dogs onto a beach is “a move forward for our town and something which local residents had been asking for”, the councillor maintained. 
She also said she believed it would encourage more tourists to visit the Adra coast. 
Playa de la Rana is only the tenth beach in Andalucia to get the official dog-friendly designation. 
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