Costa Blanca’s Gandia beach now has a free car park for Grau beach

In total, 400 new parking spaces have been created, Gandia Town Hall has confirmed.

The first car park is located at the entrance of Grau Beach next to the library of the Polytechnic University while the second one is in the plot located on the Calle Ribera Baja.

These spaces are already available to users and will help visitors and customers of the shops in the square and Grau beach to have more facilities when visiting Gandia.

José Manuel Prieto, the mayor of Gandia has expressed his satisfaction with the implementation of these spaces and said that the executive’s intention is to continue expanding the free services that are available.

“In the coming weeks an asphalt facility will be set up in the facilities area, which will practically double the number of spaces currently available to the public to almost 800,” the mayor confirmed.

Gandia is one of the major cities of the Valencian community.

It has a high level of socio-economic development within the central region of Valencia. Gandia offers visitors a great choice of places to go and see during their stay in the city.

Thanks to its rich past, traces of its history can be seen when taking a stroll around the town and observing the most significant and historical buildings of the city.

However, it is also an increasingly modern city which succeeds in presenting itself in an ever more attractive way as far as its cultural and historical roots are concerned, without losing any of its identity.


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