11 Jan, 2018 @ 15:09
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The 41 streets in Estepona receiving new asphalt in €1 million upgrade

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Estepona, Costa del Sol
Estepona, Costa del Sol

SOME 41 streets in Estepona will receive new asphalt in the next few weeks under the town hall’s €1 million plan. 

The restructuring will cover 80,500 square metres and includes streets from the centre of the town to the outskirts, some of which have not been updated in decades.


The Diputación de Málaga has freed up €880,000 for the job and the rest will be provided by the Consistory.

The works will last four months from the signing of the contract.

Specifically, in the urban area, the streets that will be asphalted are:

Dámaso Alonso,

Camino de Los Molinos,


Avenida de Valencia,

Camino conexión calle Vigo y la vereda de Los Frailes,

Los tramos de conexión con la calle Zamora,

La calle Cristóbal Ruiz Méndez,

La prolongación de la avenida San Lorenzo,

La explanada de estacionamiento junto a la avenida Juan Carlos I,

La calle Ortega y Gasset,

La plaza de San Fernando y el estacionamiento junto a la calle San Juan Bosco,


Pepe Fernández,

Lorenzo Zotano,


El Cid, El Greco

Avenida José Martín Méndez.

In the outskirts, the town hall will pave the following streets:

Loma de Retamar (Cancelada),

Traíña (Saladillo-Benamara),

Reino de España (Forrest Hill) y Rubí (Atalaya);

La avenida de la Peseta (Presidente),

El vial de conexión en Paraíso Barronal,

La calle del Molino,

El camino hacia Río Padrón,

La calle Río Guadalmina,


El estacionamiento público de Hacienda Beach Fase I,

La calle Sabinillas (El Pilar),

La avenida de las Adelfas (Puerto Romano),

El estacionamiento en la calle del Tenis (El Campanario),

La avenida Playa del Sol,

Las calles Luna,


Júpiter y Marte (Chalets del Sol),

La avenida de la Playa,

La calle Pino Real,

El paseo de Los Tilos y

Calle Dorada (El Paraíso).

The three previous asphalting plans have allowed the improvement of a hundred streets, with an area of ??139,000 square meters.

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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