Benidorm informs about how to spend a good day at the beach and alert for unauthorized activities

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Benidorm informs about how to spend a good day at the beach and alert for unauthorized activities
Benidorm informs about how to spend a good day at the beach and alert for unauthorized activities

Among the tips of the campaign are not to buy food and drink from street vendors, refuse massage services and respect the flags

In addition to the installation of panels in the access to the sand, 2,000 diptychs have been published in Spanish, English and French

Benidorm City Council has started a campaign that moves tourists and residents a series of recommendations to spend a good day of leisure and rest on the beaches of the city, and which also warns of the risks of various unauthorized activities with Which can be found on the sand.

The mayor, Toni Pérez, and the Councilor for Beaches, Lorenzo Martínez, have today moved the details of this campaign that in the coming days will be reflected in panels located in the access to the sands and in diptychs published in Castilian , English and French. In total 2,000 brochures have been printed in each language.

Perez explained that "the messages of the campaign are very clear and direct" and are concerned with issues of minors, personal and environmental protection, and security measures. The recommendations "have been implemented as a result of a joint work" that has been developed in different phases with Visit Benidorm Foundation, with the tourism sector, tour operators, the groups of the corporation, and even with the authorities of the main foreign market , The British. & Nbsp;

Thus, according to the councilor of Beaches, the campaign recommends teaching children where the closest Meeting Point is located so that they address to him in case of being lost; Do not leave belongings in sight; Do not trust strangers; Substitute cash for a credit card; Hydrate properly; avoid exposure to the sun at hours of increased radiation; and respect the banners that restrict the bathroom. In addition, advises not to buy food and drink from street vendors because of lack of sanitary control; refuse any massage service; and not accept illegal games such as 'the trile', the sale of non-legal course coupons, or excursions

On these unauthorized activities, the mayor has stressed that "our obligation is to recommend on the one hand; And on the other hand, to pursue them ", something that is done through the inspectors of beaches and the Local Police that daily walk through the sand and the promenades. & Nbsp;

Both the mayor and the councilman of Beaches have indicated that the work of monitoring and information will make throughout the summer "beaches look more secure for the enjoyment and tranquility of all."