By Damon Mitchell • 29 January 2020 • 15:40
Stepping up security along coast
FUENGIROLA will reinforce the security on its beaches this summer by expanding the drone aerovigilance service to its entire coastline. This was announced by the Mayor, Ana Mula, who has reported that this benefit is currently in the bidding phase.
Since last summer, the Town Council has provided this service on the beach of Los Boliches, where the Rescue and Lifeguard Coordination Centre is located.
It was a pioneering project as it was the first beach in the country to have this rescue tool. Given the success of this initiative, the PP government team has decided to extend it to its entire coastline, “which will make Fuengirola the first town with one hundred percent of its aerovigilated beaches,” according to Mula. “We are a reference city in terms of the quality of our beaches, which although they are not the only tourist attraction we have, can be one of the most internationally recognized”.
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