The project to stabilise and protect the beaches between the Guadalmina and Guadaiza rivers in San Pedro de Alcántara has been published for public consultation.
The deputy central government delegate for Malaga, Teófilo Ruiz, highlighted the importance of this project for the improvement of this area of Marbella, which has a budget of 7.4 million euros and will improve the beaches at Guadalmina, Linda Vista and San Pedro de Alcántara, giving a stable width of between 40 and 50 metres, regardless of the weather conditions.
The first phase of the project consists of the regeneration of the beach by building five breakwaters perpendicular to the beach of between 100 and 200 metres in length. During the second phase of the project, a sixth will be installed. Half will be L-shaped, the other half will be T-shaped.
The project also proposes the removal of 5,000 cubic metres of large stones from the area next to the mouth of the river Guadaiza, as well as the provision of about 200,000 square metres of sand along the entire beachfront.
Objections to the plans are permitted until 9 December.