By Damon Mitchell • 29 June 2020 • 10:45
In Nerja, the maritime signalling of the bathing areas stretches for 8,100 metres with 31 buoys. The reserved bathing area is to be marked with a coastal strip formed by a series of buoys arranged 200 metres away, in a line parallel to the coast.
The councillor points out that “this summer more than ever people need security when they go to take a swim, and without beacons, it is difficult to transmit that security, that is why I ask the Commonwealth for greater and better care.”
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