Council’s pledge over Puerto’s Lago Martiánez
Puerto de la Cruz council has reiterated its commitment to improving the facilities and conditions of the Lago Martiánez tourist complex.
Councillor responsible for the centre, Sandra Rodríguez said there had been a “remarkable improvement” thanks to work carried out over the last year and a half and pledged there was more to come.
She said just over 142,000 euros had been spent, around 117,000 of which was on new furnishings and the rest on machinery.
In this way, it had been possible to take care of necessary repairs like the putting into operation of several motors and pumps of some swimming pools; the purchase of new extinguishers and new machinery for gardens, as well as various office supplies.
One of the most important investments has been the acquisition recently of 900 hammocks that are already installed in the Alisios and San Telmo zones of the tourist complex designed by the artist from Lanzarote, César Manrique.
Sandra Rodríguez also referred to the purchase of a new air conditioner for the jacuzzi, which will “allow its early start” and confirmed work had started on the documentation requested by Costas for the renewal of the concession of the Lago to Puerto council as it expires in July of next year.
The tourist complex is also now a cardio-protected centre as it has several portable defibrillator heart machines and the life of one German tourist was saved as a result.