Dénia.com
Search

They restructure surveillance on the coast of Dénia to provide service on all beaches

August 28 from 2020 - 10: 48

Due to the isolation period that part of the Dénia Red Cross staff must fulfill for health reasons, the surveillance and first aid service in beaches it has been restructured to cover the 20 km of coastline, despite the reduction of static surveillance points.

Thanks to this reorganization, today the L'Almadrava post will be able to reopen, which yesterday was closed as it was the least frequented area, and all the beaches will have guards (from the towers or in chairs at the foot of the beach).

While the situation is resolved, the areas of active coverage will be increased, with a greater number and frequency of dynamic surveillance patrols (rescue boats, volunteers on foot and quads).

After the restructuring, the service is as follows:

THE DEVESES
Withdrawn a chair and remain operational:

  • Carrer Riu Tapiada
  • Carrer Riu Torres
  • Carrer Riu Serpis
  • Carrer Riu Grande

L'ALMADRAVA
REOPEN THE SURVEILLANCE POST

ELS MOLINS
Withdrawn the surveillance from the tower and the chairs remain operational:

  • Llac Toba street
  • Carrer Llac Trasimeno
  • Carrer Llac Maracaibo
  • Carrer Oceà Atlántic

LES BOVETES
All chairs remain operational:

  • Carrer Assagador
  • Carrer Mar Iónica
  • Carrer Cigonya
  • Carrer Rascló

LES MARINES
Removed a chair and the chairs remain operational:

  • Carrer Esparver
  • Camí Assagador de Sant Pere (Rte. Bona Platja)
  • Cami Entrador de Llobell
  • And the Blay Beach tower

PUNTA DEL RASET
Withdrawn a chair and remain operational:

  • Carrer Primer Regatxo
  • Carrer Consolat del Mar

MARINETA CASSIANA
Withdrawn the two chairs

LES ROTES
Two withdrawn and the chairs are kept:

  • Punta Negra
  • End of Les Rotes
  • And the tower at the height of Rte. Erico
Leave your comments

    36.249
    4.207
    10.303
    2.050
    We use our own and third party cookies to offer you personalized advertising and collect statistical data. If you continue browsing we consider that you accept our Cookies policy.