The works of new stretch of coastal corridor that has been carried out in the area of ​​Arroyo Vaquero, in Estepona, have finished with the installation of a pedestrian walkway that has had a investment of €229,986as reported on Tuesday by the mayor, José María García Urbano.

This has been pointed out by the councilor in the inauguration of the new section of coastal pathwhere he was accompanied by the president of the Diputación de Málaga, Francisco Salado, highlighting the effort that the Consistory is making to complete this sustainable projectwhich will connect 23 kilometers of coastline

The action has consisted of installation of a wooden pedestrian walkway over the Vaquero stream, about 30 meters long and 3 meters wide, which allows the connection of the Bahía Dorada urbanization and the avenue of Mexico.

In addition, they have executed two stamped concrete ramps albero color of 20 meters in length attached to the bridge and almost 140 meters of pedestrian paths in front of the Bahía Dorada urbanization and a 36-meter-long natural path, which runs from the access ramp to the stream to continue with the section already executed on Mexico Avenue.

For his part, the provincial president explained that the works have meant a investment of 229,986 eurosof which the The Provincial Council has contributed some 214,000 euros through the Municipal Economic Reactivation Plan and the rest, the Consistory.

Salado has highlighted that the project of 90 percent of the coastal path is already executed in Estepona, for which he has underlined the agility with which the City Council has been processing and promoting the different sections to unite the entire coast.

It has also announced that this year more than 800,000 euros will be transferred to Esteponacoming from a special plan dedicated to the 16 municipalities of the province with more than 25,000 euros, for the renovation of a section of the city’s seafront promenadebetween La Cala and Jacaranda.

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