The center of Dénia is ready to go back to being the busiest district. Although it is advisable to avoid, for the moment, the most crowded places, it is almost impossible to do without these streets, either simply to cross them or visit their shops.
For this reason, the City Council has filled the main roads such as Marqués de Campo and Diana with signage on the sidewalks and asphalt to prevent residents from breaking with the safety distance. Now, in addition to being fully pedestrian, their addresses for pedestrians are indicated on each corner. Thus, you should always drive on the part of the street that is on the right-hand side.
In the same way, the heart of Denia also debuts signs in front of most shops that indicate the distance of 2 meters, recommended for when you are standing, for example in queues.
At the moment there are few streets that have these signs, and it is true that during the first day of Phase 1 it hardly respected, but the councilman Javier Scotto confirms that the intention is to wear a large number of vials with them, both from Dénia and from La Xara and Jesús Pobre.