The city of Mijas already shows off all its quality awards on its beaches, which counts for this season with four blue flags, nine Q for Quality, a Sendero and a Blue Center, as reported by the mayor, Josele González.
The councilor and the first deputy mayor and mayor responsible for the area, José Carlos Martín, They have hoisted this morning the different flags which certify that the Mijas coastline is among the highest quality in Andalusia.
“We have carried out the hoisting act that testifies to the good work that the City Council has been doing in terms of beaches, in addition, in a very transversal work in which we collaborate from different areas. He good condition and the good presence of our coastline is fundamental not only for those of us who are lucky enough to live in Mijas but for those who decide to spend their vacation months with us”, pointed out the councilor.
Likewise, González has highlighted the different actions that contribute to the improvement of the Mijas coast, and “we have the rescue device with those 62 lifeguards who will be ensuring the safety of the bathers, to which we add the 120 members of Mijas Complementary Services who carry out the cleaning tasks, as well as our local police on bicycles who add security to the environment, all this together with the gastronomic quality of our beach bars and establishments make us have one of the most complete offers on the Costa del Sol”.
For his part, Martín has revealed that “in this 2023 the municipality it has gone from 3 to 4 blue flags and that it continues to be the only one in the province of Málaga that treasures a ‘Blue Path’ destined for the Mijas coastal path”.
“The quality of the beaches in Mijas are the result of very hard teamwork throughout the year that allows us to continue being a outstanding destination of ‘sun and beach’ thanks to all this effort and those awards that attest it and that help tourists decide to come to our city instead of other similar tourist competitors”, pointed out the first deputy mayor, who also wanted to thank “the collaboration of businessmen in the sector who contribute to the improvement of services and the diversity of the offer”.
Finally, Martín wanted to remember that “Mijas has four flags of universal accessibility”, as well as that “bathers with reduced mobility can count on spaces adapted to their needs and with the collaboration of qualified personnel who help them take a bath or any other service they require”.