Burriana WalkwayNew walkways are going to be installed on Burriana and Torrecilla beach, to replace the existing wooden versions that cross the sand.

Nerja’s beaches councillor, Nieves Atencia, made the announcement, claiming that the wooden walkways are easily damaged and will be replaced by more hard wearing alternatives.

The Blue Flag beaches Burriana and Torrecilla will be the first in the town to be given the new walkways, with the others to follow.

Councillor Atencia said that the council is committed to maintaining the beaches to the highest standards and these new works are in addition to the other improvements that they are carrying out.

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Ginger Hound, you are right, unfortunately. I had hoped all the Blue Flags were gone, but only Maro and El Playazo did lost it in 2012. What a disgrace to the Blue Flag organisation and the supervising Asociación de Educación Ambiental y del Consumidor for the Spanish side. A city that pumps all its waste water directly into the sea can not have a Blue Flag by definition of the Blue Flag. It is still so corrupt. Not even the health of people is important, let alone that of nature. I wrote two letters to this 'honorable' Spanish organisation back in 2011 inquiering how this can be, but never got an answer. Blue Flag in Spain is a bad joke. But you are right, thank you for correcting me.
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