Local Beaches Isla Canela

Local Beaches Isla Canela

Islantilla who already announced a few days ago the launch of an app with similar characteristics as other towns, the manager of the Consortium explained that the joint entity may include the data from the application of the Consortium in its own computer system.

For its part the Plenary of Lepe approved on May 28 a Contingency Plan against Covid-19, which includes a series of specific measures whose basic points are personal distancing in the low-water area, reducing capacity, one-way entry and exit gateways and informative signage.

According to sources from the Lepero Town Hall La Antilla beach will be divided into three sections  (east, central and west), each subdivided by age sectors. Likewise, the capacity of the beach has been reduced by 60%, considering 4 levels of occupation: low, medium, high and closed.

Cartaya City Council sources told a newspaper that the City Council will implement a package of measures to ensure safety and prevention against Covid-19 on the beaches, highlighting the implementation of the app or the establishment of maximum capacity and monitoring of compliance.

 

Also in direct relation to the health crisis, Cartaya will regulate the circulation of people on the beach, enabling one-way entry and exit circuits, as well as it will enable specific and duly marked areas for people with reduced mobility, or priority areas for risk groups.

The City Council will also launch an intense preventive information campaign and appealing to the responsibility of the citizens, with abundant posters and real-time information on the gauging and the state of occupation of the beaches. Likewise there will be a greater vigilance and presence of operators to guarantee compliance with the regulations, especially in terms of safety distance.

According to the Cartayero City Council, in principle it is not planned to adopt new sanctioning measures, but compliance with prevention regulations will be monitored since according to the mayor, Manuel Barroso, the fundamental objective is that our beaches are safe, have all the preventive and security measures, and also with the opportune vigilance that guarantees their fulfillment.

In Ayamonte, its Councilor for Beaches, Charo de los Ángeles, has announced that the four areas of Ayamontinan beaches for capacity control purposes are San Bruno, Isla Canela Central, Haraganes and Punta del Moral, which will count with 36 accesses: 14 for entry, as many for exit, and the rest for people with reduced mobility.

In Punta Umbría the City Council is studying the accesses to the coast to signal the entry and exit traffic, as well as the possibility of carrying out drone surveillance at specific times.

The rest of the town councils specified that they are finalizing the measures to be adopted, which in the case of Almonte for the Matalascañas beach will be presented later.