Radazul beaches reopen after sand replacement
The beaches of Radazul have reopened to the public after completion of the works to replace the sand.
The two coves of Radazul have benefited from some 2,000 cubic metres of sand executed by the coastal de-partment.
The Mayor of El Rosario, Escolástico Gil, visited the area while the workers of the company in charge of the work culminated removal of the perimeter fence.
During the execution of the work of unloading and smoothing the sand, and to guarantee safety, access to the beaches was forbidden.
There had been no sand replenishment in the area since inauguration of the coves in 2010.
The work was carried out by the company Ascolcan SL and involved an investment of some 30,000 euros.
The General Directorate of Coasts carries out periodically this type of work of regeneration of beaches in the Canary coasts, fundamentally during the months of autumn and winter to cause the minor possible disruption.