The Estepona council works have been working hard to ensure the Costa del Sol beaches are in perfect condition for the Easter holidays. Teams have already gotten rid of over 2,200 cubic metres of reeds that the streams and rivers carried to the coast following the storm last week.
The town hall has mobilised six tractors, two trailer vehicles, and six beach cleaning machines for the clearing work on the La Rada beach and in the El Padron and Guadalmansa section.
Given the significant flow of water that continues to read the streams and rivers and the amount of debris, the beach machinery has not been able to access specific points. However, the work will be completed as soon as the transit of these vehicles is considered safe.
In the meantime, the teams are still working on getting the facilities ready for the Easter holidays and have started to install the wooden walkways so to connect the Estepona promenade with the beach. Services are also being fitted out like footbaths and showers, which are distributed along the whole coastline.