One of the main concerns of the dianenses is the presence these days of people from outside who, bypassing restrictions, have decided to take advantage of Easter to get closer to the beach.
Mayor, Vicent Grimalt, has recognized that there is a greater presence of people who have gone to their second homes. However, he points out that extraordinary work is being done, as the Councilor for Citizen Protection has ratified, Javier Scotto. For days, controls at the entrances to Dénia have been intensified, especially in Les Marines, Les Rotes and the Dénia-Ondara highway, and each time someone who was on vacation has been intercepted, they have been punished and forced to turn around.
In addition, Grimalt points out that, above all, it is the responsibility of the people themselves and of the autonomous communities of origin, which are the ones that should not have let them out. "Once they are here, they have to stay home like everyone", stressed the mayor. When they are identified, they are sanctioned, they assure, but they add from the City Council that "the police cannot go door to door to see if they have occupied second residences".
In addition, Javier Scotto has reported that surveillance of the most tourist areas will be reinforced with the support of a drone. This will monitor the beaches and the natural park of Montgó, in addition to the entrances of the city.