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Los Molinos beach
Radio Sintonia:

New tower and improvements for Los Molinos beach.

The City Council of Puerto del Rosario, through the Department of Beaches directed by Toñi Fdez. Aragón, works on the improvement of the infrastructures of the beach of Los Molinos, one of the coastal areas of the municipality that registers more influx of bathers during the summer months.

Offer safety and accessibility to bathers

In a visit made in recent days by the councilor of the area, in which members of the beach lifeguard service, Fdez, were also present. Aragon checked the state of the current tower and the wall that supports the rescue modules, which must be restored.

"We are aware of the danger of entering the caves without reading the information, so we have decided to put it at the entrance of them, in order to avoid situations that may endanger bathers," explained the councilor.

Among the measures that will be carried out on the beach of Los Molinos are the closure of the accesses through the upper area of the caves, a usual route for bathers who want to access them when they can not do so on the beach itself, creating an alternative walkway that offers greater security to visitors who want to enjoy this spectacle of nature. In addition to a new tower for lifeguards, a walkway that can be used during the three months of low tide, two new water drums that allow the cures to be properly carried out and Wi-Fi signal from the totem, to guarantee communications in an area.

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