The second day of the surveillance and lifeguard service on the beaches of Dénia coincides with the first Sunday of high temperatures of the year. A great claim for neighbors and tourists who are already in our municipality wanting to take a bath.
However, today they have had to be desired to enjoy the coves of Les Rotes, where at 11:30 they have already announced that the maximum capacity allowed by the antiCOVID regulations had been reached. Apparently that will be the new normality, that of getting up early to get your safe space on one of the most beautiful beaches in the city.
But also, shortly after noon the bathers have met other visitors who, sometimes, do not respect the safety distance as much: the jellyfish. Apparently, the presence of a large number of jellyfish has forced the Red Cross post to raise the yellow flag to warn of their presence.