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post-title Estepona Extends Costal Walks

Estepona Extends Costal Walks

Estepona Extends Costal Walks

Estepona Extends Costal Walks

The Junta has authorised the building a new section of the coastal corridor between Dominion Beach and El Velerin.

The works will include the construction of a bridge over 30 meters long on the Velerin creek and will have a budget of 437,750.42 euros

The Council of Estepona obtained the authorization from the Junta de Andalucia for the extension of a new stretch of paseo between Dominion Beach and Bahia de Velerin. The deputy mayor for the Development of Infrastructure and Tourism (FIT) of the area explained that the project includes the construction of a coastal path some 240 meters in length and 3.5 meters wide using printed concrete. The footbridge will be made of wood located next to the mouth of the Velerin river and just over some 30 metres long. Additionally three landscaped areas with trees will be created with new lighting.

The works will be put out to tender soon with a budget of 437,750.42 euros. This is in addition to the recently inaugurated area of Hacienda Beach and Cabo Bermejo, which connected almost 3 kilometres of coastline.

The mayor has indicated that the draft for another section that will run through the area of La Morocha is being considered. This stretch will connect with the Laguna Village area and includes the construction of a new bridge over the Castor River, with this section being more than 700 metres long.

The Council is also developing two more sections of the coastal corridor, connecting the Taraje and Guadalobon rivers. With the pedestrian bridge over the Anton river connecting to a plot adjacent to the Andalucia Beach urbanization and the El Velerin area uniting some five kilometres of pedestrian path.

The coastal corridor project aims to unite more than 22 kilometres of coastline with pedestrian paths with the aim of allowing citizens to walk and practice outdoor sports.

This project will be extended throughout the municipality, bringing these changes to the coastline and making it more accessible for residents and visitors to enjoy.

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