Major facelift begins for Puerto’s Playa Jardin
Tenerife Cabildo has started work on the project of accessibility and improvement in Playa Jardín in Puerto de la Cruz.
Councillor for planning, José Gregorio Martín Plata says it will last for seven months and will mean that the tourist city will have these new infrastructures “before next summer”.
It is planned to remove physical barriers, incorporate accessible ramps and provide new furniture, showers, accessible bathrooms, panels and lighting, among others.
The work, which is being carried out by the company Copisa Constructora Pirenaica SA, has an allocation cost of 512,761.34 euros, and is within the framework of the Tenerife y el Mar programme. This includes a total of 176 actions on the coast with a global investment of 65 million euros in ten years, financed by the Cabildo de Tenerife and the Ministry of Tourism, and whose objective is to value the Tenerife coast and increase its attractiveness.