Access to Maro beaches regulated due to large numbers of summer visitors

Access to Maro beaches has been regulated due to the large numbers of summer visitors. Credit: Nerja Town Hall

The Nerja Town Hall has regulated vehicle access to the beaches of Maro, on the Costa del Sol, in response to the large numbers of people who visit in summer.

With the aim of improving safety conditions, the Nerja Town Hall has regulated the access of vehicles to the beaches of Maro. This was announced on July 6 by the first deputy mayor and councillor for Safety and Transport, Francisco Arce.

“Due to the large number of visitors to the beaches of Maro and La Caleta during the summer season, and the traffic problems caused by occasional bad parking or security issues, the Town Hall has regulated access to the beaches, providing a parking area and a shuttle bus,” said Francisco Arce.

He also said that these limitations will not affect public transport, the emergency services or the owners and tenants of land in the area, who must go to the Local Police Headquarters to obtain authorisation.

The public bus service will be running during the summer season, from 10am to 8pm, and costs €1.5 each way. To facilitate parking for locals and visitors, a temporary parking area with space for more than 100 vehicles has been set up.

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