The expansion of La Bajadilla promenade in Marbella It will be completed by Easter, as announced by the local council, which has reported that the works are 80% complete. The action will allow continuity to this infrastructure along Fuengirola street in a section with an area of ​​2,500 square meters.

During the next weeks the last phase will be carried out with the street furniture installation with more than 30 planters, which will have different types of palm trees and a white upholstery with Alyssum flowers, a species selected for its proximity to the sea and the high light density to which it will be exposed.

Also, they will be placed banks that will evoke the nature of stones eroded by water, providing landscape value without impeding visibility of the sea and allowing this space to be more open and integrated with the environment, as explained by the Marbella City Council.

“With these works we intend to revitalize this area, significantly improving the environment and above all the quality of life of its neighbors,” said the mayor, Angeles Muñozwho visited the works this Sunday together with the councilor of the branch, Diego López.

In the future, this section will give access to the fishing port promenade, which will join the recently built walkway on El Cable beach, according to the councilor.

Muñoz added that in the last year the Marbella City Council has promoted “five segments in key points of the city, achieving Marbella already has 80% of its coast connected“. Likewise, he explained that they have also managed to “improve road safety in the area by pedestrianising the perimeter and access to homes and restaurant businesses, while at the same time beautifying the environment.”

“The design has been done following the scheme of the current promenademade up of travertine and red marble slabs from Alicante and a border of white marble”, explained, for his part, López, who specified that a new rainwater network will also be installed that will prevent flooding in the area, as well as a electrical and telecommunications network to eliminate overhead wiring and improve lighting.

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