Fuengirola will have a new Municipal Tourist Office on the Paseo Marítimo. This was announced tomorrow by the councilor for the sector, Rodrigo Romero, who explained that this project comes to fulfill an electoral promise of the mayor Ana Mula and the Government team to improve tourist services in the city.
According to the mayor, the implementation of these new municipal facilities, which is currently in the award phase, has a tender budget of almost 300,000 euros and an initial execution period of 105 days. In this sense, Romero has pointed out that “once the deadline for submitting offers had expired on August 25, a total of 12 proposals have been received.” In this way, municipal technicians are currently evaluating the different projects prior to awarding the works.
The new facilities, as explained by Romero, “will be modern and will have all the necessary resources to provide an excellent service to our visitors.” In this sense, the municipal manager of the Tourism area has stressed that “our intention is that it is not only a functional building, but also incorporates all kinds of elements that help to a perfect integration of those people who have hearing or visual difficulties, who it also has very little paper, because almost all the informative and promotional materials can be downloaded via QR to mobile phones and tablets and, in short, that it has all the ingredients that make a tourist office today can be called modern ” .
In addition, as Romero has pointed out, “the idea is that they are also very attractive facilities, so that people, when they are walking around here, need to enter to see what there is and can be informed of all the activities that we have in Fuengirola, the different hotel establishments, leisure, cultural or sports options, amusement parks, restaurants, etc. ”.
To conclude, Rodrigo Romero stressed that “all the information that tourists always demand will be found in the heart of the promenade, the central axis of tourism in Fuengirola, and also located in a central area with a lot of traffic such as the square Teresa Zabell ”.