By Linda Hall • 26 June 2020 • 13:10
FORMER BIBLIOPLAYER: Now reserved for those with mobility problems, credit: Alfaz town hall
ALBIR beach has been adapted to the post-coronavirus New Normal with a different use for the Biblioplaya reading zone.
With a section open to the open air and a large shady area, this is now reserved for those with mobility problems while the enclosed space will be used by the beach’s lifesaving service.
In order to guarantee easy cleaning, Alfaz town hall has divided Albir’s beach into four sectors with controlled access to prevent overcrowding and facilitate social distancing. Two are allocated to the beach concessionary’s sun beds and two are for general use.
The frequency of cleaning and disinfecting the entire length of Albir’s Paseo de las Estrellas has been stepped up, especially the toilets, benches and street furniture near the beach.
As well as lifesavers, there will be a greater police presence on the beach and a watch kept all along the coast, particularly the Sierra Helada coves.
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