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Another €2 million for tourist infrastructure...
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Fuerteventura has been awarded another €2 million to upgrade the tourist infrastructure on the island. The Money is earmarked for a new promenade from Puerto del Rosario to Playa Blanca.
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I hope they will take care of the road to Playa Blanca too. The existing one is in really bad condition.
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(08-11-2018, 10:57 PM)Sam Wrote: I hope they will take care of the road to Playa Blanca too. The existing one is in really bad condition.

Footpaths are much more important, Sam, and much more eco-friendly! Rolleyes
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(08-11-2018, 11:16 PM)bedouin Wrote:
(08-11-2018, 10:57 PM)Sam Wrote: I hope they will take care of the road to Playa Blanca too. The existing one is in really bad condition.

Footpaths are much more important, Sam, and much more eco-friendly! Rolleyes

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(08-11-2018, 11:16 PM)bedouin Wrote:
(08-11-2018, 10:57 PM)Sam Wrote: I hope they will take care of the road to Playa Blanca too. The existing one is in really bad condition.

Footpaths are much more important, Sam, and much more eco-friendly! Rolleyes

Yes they are but the one I'm talking about is shared by pedestrians and cyclists too. And yes, I'm guilty of never walking on in although I do walk much more in Fuerteventura than back in the UK.
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Presumably this is an extension of the area already done to the south of the PDR beach in the photo below 


   
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The payment of two million euros by the Government of the Canary Islands, in the concur also the State, will allow the tender of the promenade to Playa Blanca


The City Council of Puerto del Rosario sent today, Friday June 14, the request for early payment of the grant nominated direct grant from the Directorate General of Tourism Infrastructure of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports of the Government of the Canary Islands worth € 2,000,000 for the Conditioning of the promenade of Puerto del Rosario - Playa Blanca.

The planned financing plan includes an amount of € 2,943,527.48, divided into two annuities, one for this year 2019 amounting to € 2,000,000 charged to the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports of the Canary Islands Government and another for the next year 2020 with an amount of € 943,527.48, charged to the own funds of the Porto City Council.

For the mayor of the capital, "this action allows us to start a bidding process for this project, without doubt of great public impact, which is why we join our maritime front to Playa Blanca through a walk that would consolidate that encounter forever. with the sea of ​​our capital. This is our last government action and I think it is good news for Puerto del Rosario, for its neighbours, occasional visitors and tourists.

Courtesy of www.puertodelrosario.org
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