Environment Services and various performances rushing accessibility and aesthetics in this part of the coast
Translated from Spanish
The coastal village of Los Abrigos is undergoing various actions that seek to improve its image, its services and accessibility to the waterfront area. The departments of General Services and the Environment of the City of Granadilla socialists who run and Jacob Bello Juan Rodríguez Donate, respectively, have initiated such works after this project enclave Septenio sailor uphold the government’s 2011 Islands, consisting of identification of cultural, social, economic and tourist to positively enhance the life of this coastal town granadillero.
One initiative is the recent completion of the mural design that welcomes the port of Los Abrigos. With more than 75 meters from images of medieval aesthetics through elements of ancient marine cartography, the mural portrays the arrival of the galleys by Canarian waters targeted by Compass Rose, saving the great sea monsters and reach the islands, specifically, the people of Los Abrigos. You can also find pictures of traditional fishing in the area.
The mural was designed by a group of young people from the association Mahore , social intervention for the promotion of social integration, who welcome reception from the consistory and neighbors and neighbors who have helped and been interested in translating between all the history of this people linked to the sea.
The councilors said they also are finalizing other artistic works, counting for it with the help of neighbors and fishermen, “and give the Paseo de San Blas two seafaring sculptures alluding to historical aspects of the core, by what we give and compliance to election commitments, in order to improve services and the tourist image “. Also the Department of General Services has set up a power box that responds to the demands of the fishermen’s wharf and the party committee itself, thereby eliminating the electric motors. In this sense, the president of the said festival committee appreciates the collaboration in this regard.
Meanwhile, the mayor of Tourism, Nuria Hernández Delgado emphasizes that such interventions, accessibility and image, “favor the perception that tourists and general visitors have of our destiny, as a differentiated and unique, inviting them to stay and enjoy a place as iconic as Los Abrigos”.