Malaga’s Nerja continues to make beaches safer and more accessible

Malaga's Nerja continues to make beaches safer and more accessible. Credit: Nerja Town Hall

The beaches of Nerja, on the Costa del Sol, are now safer and more accessible than ever before thanks to their latest acquisitions.

The beaches of Nerja have acquired four new sets of amphibious chairs and crutches for people with reduced mobility and four new defibrillators for everyone’s safety. The purchase involved a municipal investment of €14,763.34.

The equipment was presented on August 12 by the councillor for Beaches, María del Carmen López, in the area reserved for adapted bathing on Burriana beach. “Nerja is a quality tourist destination, and the Town Hall is making a great effort to provide optimal services for those with reduced mobility who decide to spend their holidays in the town,” she said

The new mobile defibrillators will be used by the lifeguarding service. “All the beaches on our coastline have this type of defibrillator and are cardio-protected, thereby guaranteeing rapid attention for beachgoers who suffer a cardiorespiratory arrest, which could save their lives,” added López.

López concluded by highlighting the Town Hall’s ongoing commitment to improving the beaches in the municipality by making them more accessible and safer.

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Tamsin Brown

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