Shade for visitors to the Geoda crystal cave in Pulpi (Almeria)

NEW STRUCTURE: Respite from the sun on the way to Pulpi’s Geoda Photo credit: Pulpi town hall

PULPI town hall is providing shady zones along the route to the Geoda and the Mina Rica mine.

The Geoda inside the mine is one of the world’s largest crystal caves and Pulpi’s principal tourist attractions.

“We are continuing to improve access to the Geoda and the mine,” said Pulpi’s mayor Juan Pedro Garcia as he visited the new structures, accompanied by Juan Bautista Lopez, the councillor responsible for the Geoda, and staff from the geode itself.

“As we all know, we live in a zone that is sunny year-round but above all in the summer,” Garcia said.

“With that in mind we have installed shady sections along the access route between the Geoda reception area and the Mina Rica entrance.”

This not only improves conditions for visitors to the crystal cave but also the guides who accompany them, the mayor pointed out.

The route now has 14 shady sections, while climbing plants will be added to those that are uncovered, Garcia said.


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