The Marbella City Council, through the municipal delegation of Cemeteries, may implement various special measures on the occasion of All Saints’ Day, including the hours of the cemeteries, which They will open on October 30 and 31 at 9 a.m., half an hour earlier than usual, and can be visited until 7 p.m., while on November 1 they will remain open to the public uninterrupted from 8.30 am until there is no one left in the premises. As for the masses, in those of San Bernabé and Virgen del Carmen they will be on day 1, at 5:00 p.m., while in San Pedro, it will take place on day 2, at 4:30 p.m.

In addition, the council has undertaken different improvements in the cemeteries, among which the use of more than 500 liters of paint to clean the common areas of the three enclosures, the cleaning of the cover of the niche blocks, the revision and replacement of the public lighting, fumigation, replacement of user utensils such as buckets or brooms, the improvement of the fountains, the revision of the taps and the arrangement of the ornamentation of gardening.

On the other hand, the Transport delegation and the urban bus service concessionaire will also have two special lines in Marbella and San Pedro Alcántara. In the first case, the L11 will travel between the Porcelanosa area and the Virgen del Carmen cemetery, with a first trip at 9.30 a.m., while in the second, the L7 (San Pedro-health center) will give on the 1st of November the service with the usual hours from Monday to Friday.

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