The Marbella City Council has completed the remodeling of two kilometers of trails in the Pecho de las Cuevas to facilitate the practice of ‘running’ in one of the great green lungs of the city. The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, accompanied by the Councilor for Works, Diego López, today visited the improvements made to this road network, which will be completed in the coming months with a performance in the remaining 1,000 meters. “With its integration into the layout of the Paco Cantos Sports Center, we will respond to a demand that the athletes had sent us,” added the mayor.
“We have acted to create an ideal space for training of different intensities with all the guarantees for one of the disciplines that is currently having the most demand,” said the councilor, who recalled that the area “had a firm irregular albero affected by water currents and tree roots, which posed a significant risk of injury to athletes ”.
Likewise, Muñoz has detailed that the works, which are framed in the Sports Facilities Conservation Plan, have focused on solving drainage problems, with the installation of 16 new water evacuation points, as well as in the paving of the two kilometers of route, the placement of 32 lighting columns and the renovation of half a kilometer of fencing.
“To complete this space, which is in a paradisiacal environment and which will serve runners and walkers, two areas of biosaludable devices have also been recovered and one of the accesses to the trails has been adapted,” explained the first mayor, who has noted that in total it has already been executed 70 percent of the improvement project planned in Pecho de las Cuevas. «The idea is to continue to value new spaces for the practice of outdoor sports with the continuity of the promenade or with the projects to complete the Guadaiza River path or to promote a route along the Verde River”, Declared the mayor.