MARBELLA City Council has initiated the construction of a new section of seaside promenade in the Las Chapas region, located adjacent to the prestigious Don Carlos Hotel.

This development comes with a combined investment of €292,358.53, and the announcement was made by Mayor Angeles Muñoz last Thursday, August 17.

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According to Mayor Muñoz, the primary objective of the local government is to ‘underscore the significance of the promenade by designating it as a project of emblematic importance.’

In an official statement, Muñoz provided specific project details. The promenade will connect the El Laurel beach bar and the 5-star Don Carlos Hotel, covering approximately 200 square meters behind the protective dune barrier.

The undertaking has been entrusted to Agua y Energia de Granda S. L., a selected contractor for the project, with an awarded contract amounting to €292,358.53.

The financing of this initiative will be shared between Marbella’s City Council and the Malaga Provincial Council.

The new promenade is due to be finalised by the end of September.


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