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Six tourist municipalities in south Tenerife get projects worth 10m euros 

Tenerife Cabildo has pledged to continue updating and improving tourist areas in the south.

Tourism councillor José Gregorio Martín Plata recently visited a number of towns where projects have been taking place or are planned, all to the tune of nearly ten million euros. These include the municipalities of Santiago del Teide, Guía de Isora, Arona, Adeje, San Miguel and Granadilla.
Sr. Plata highlighted the process of designing, advising and awarding projects, awarded between 2017 and 2018. Some of them have been recently completed and others will be between January and March 2020. In total, the budget was 9,783,189.58 euros.
The works are framed within different projects such as the Plan for the Regeneration of Tourist Spaces or Tenerife and the Sea, among others and “pursues the renovation and regeneration of public leisure spaces and enjoyment of residents and visitors in these municipalities which are a basic part of the tourist engine in the south of the island and include works related to the resurfacing, placement and updating of urban furniture and land-scaping”.
“In this way we managed to update avenues and walks and tourist areas as diverse as we have visited, with the aim of improving the facilities we offer as a tourist destination.”
The visit began in Santiago del Teide, where Martín Plata was able to know the status of the works of adaptation of the new promenade in La Hondura, which is being executed by the UTE Falisa – Tercia Integral de Obras y Servicios SL, and with a budget of tender of 992,424.83 euros. Subsequently, he visited the actions that are being carried out within the project of ‘Improvement and Condi-tioning of Flor de Pascua y Aledaños Street’, awarded to the company Satocan, for 1,479,602.40 euros.
The visit continued in Guía de Isora where the Minister of Planning of the Territory, Historical Heritage and Tourism, could also check the recent completion of the work of the Emigrant Avenue, in Guía de Isora, which was awarded to the UTE Elfidio Pérez Construcciones – COPISA, SA, for 1,548,367.23 euros.
Later, in the municipality of Arona, he had the opportunity to witness the actions of the first phase of the project called ‘Improvement and Condi-tioning of the Promenade between the Los Cristianos beach and the Tarajales beach’, carried out by the UTE COMSA SAU – EXCAVACIONES BAHILLO, S.L. for 1,179,366.99 euros.
In Adeje, Martín Plata checked the progress of the remodelling of Avenida Alcalde Walter Paetzman and calle Bischofshofen, executed by Comsa, S.A.U. y Excavaciones Bahillo, S.L. for 1,934,319.09 euros. He also visited the ‘improvement of access to the Adeje coast from Fañabé’, awarded to UTE Acceso Costa Adeje, for 1,629,124.37 euros.
The works that are executed also include the adaptation of pedestrian paths for the connection of Playa San Blas with Los Abrigos and the Paseo Marítimo de San Miguel, which is being carried out by Villar Signals, with a tender budget of 1,019,984, 67 euros