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Miércoles 24/07/2024

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Mijas receives its four blue flags that certify the quality and services of the beaches

  • The beaches of Calahonda-Royal Beach-La Luna, El Bombo, El Chaparral and La Cala have once again received this important international award
  • The Torreón in La Cala has received again the Blue Centre certificate
  • In addition to these insignias, 9 Q for Quality flags have been awarded, making the municipality the second in the province with the most Q flags

La alcaldesa de Mijas, Ana Mata junto al concejal de Playas, Daniel Gómez Teruel, han sido los encargados de recibir los distintivos.

El acto de entrega ha tenido lugar hoy en la sede de Turismo Andaluz de Málaga.

Al acto han acudido distintas autoridades de la provincia, entre ellos alcaldes y concejales de los 12 municipios del litoral Málaga galardonados por las banderas azules.

El viceconsejero de de Turismo, Cultura y Deporte de la Junta de Andalucía, Víctor González, y la delegada territorial, Gemma del Corral, han entregado las banderas.

El acto de entrega ha tenido lugar hoy en la sede de Turismo Andaluz de Málaga.

La alcaldesa de Mijas durante los momentos previos a la celebración del acto.

Málaga es la provincia de Andalucía con más banderas azules.

The ceremony took place on June 2nd at the headquarters of Andalusian Tourism and was attended by the mayoress of Mijas and the councillor for Beaches.

On July 2nd, Mijas received the 4 blue flags and the blue centre certificate, in an event held at the Andalusian Tourism headquarters in Malaga. The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport of the Junta de Andalucía, Víctor Manuel González, and the territorial delegate, Gemma del Corral, were in charge of the presentation of these awards. 

The mayoress of Mijas, Ana Mata, and the councillor for Beaches, Daniel Gómez Teruel, received the four blue flags that will soon be waving on the following beaches: Calahonda-Royal Beach-La Luna, El Bombo, El Chaparral and La Cala, after meeting all the demanding standards of the Association for Environmental and Consumer Education.

As the mayores, said, "these quality certificates are proof of the efforts made on a daily basis in the municipality".

These flags recognise the quality of the water, environmental management, safety, information and accessibility of the Mijas coastline.

The blue path has also been renewed, as well as the Blue Center certificate that was awarded to the Torreón in La Cala, this recognitions add up to the 9 flags Q for Quality that the Mijas coastline received last week and which make Mijas the second municipality in the province of Malaga with the highest number of this distinction.

As the councillor for beaches, Daniel Gómez Teruel, said, "this recognition highlights the most special thing we have, our coastline, in which we have 9 Q for quality, which certifies that we are complying with all the parameters, making our municipality and our coastline accessible to everyone".

In total, 50 blue flags will wave this summer along the Malaga coastline. As Victor Manuel Gonzalez explained, "in Malaga, 41 beaches, 6 harbours, 3 boats and a blue centre make up the total of these 50 blue flags". 

In this way, Andalusia is once again proud of its beaches, because our community is the second in Spain with more blue flags, 156, after Valencia, and the first with more Q for Quality in a country, that is also leader in blue flags with 638.

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