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10 jul 2020
The team will also be able to assist beach goers regarding other beach-related dangers
 
3 jul 2020
The situation in the zone has become worse in recent months with a clear and present public health risk. Vigilance of the area will be intensified and they are also asking the public to avoid creating unwanted situations
 
1 jul 2020
The council suspects that the discharge that was detected along the beach was from a boat in the open sea
 
26 jun 2020
The certicate is a step towards working in tourism or further education here or abroad
 
16 jun 2020
The Blue Flag is a distinction that recognises that beaches have met certain environmental and sanitation criteria
 
30 may 2020
This plan is to support a sector that is particularly vulnerable during the state of emergency, and which represents 2% of the GDP of the Canarias
 
29 may 2020
The council is continuing to ask the public to use common sense so that the beaches and bathing areas don’t become infection zones
 
24 may 2020
The Council is calling on everyone to behave responsibly to ensure that beaches and bathing zones will not become infection hotspots