Support for beach hotels after "very hard summer"

CREDIT: Ayuntamiento de Torrox

Mayor of Torrox, Óscar Medina, has announced a 25 per cent reduction of the ‘beaches fee’ to “support hoteliers” on the seafront after what has been “a very hard summer”.
HE said the measure is intended to “reduce expenses in a season in which income has been considerably reduced”.
The discount is based on a report by the Head of the Local Police of Torrox in which he concludes that, after inspections on the beaches throughout the summer season, on average, “this is the percentage of reduction of the occupied surface” due to the crisis caused by the pandemic.

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