The Almuñécar Maintenance Department has been busy along the Way of the Hills of the Cross, doing a spot of resurfacing.
This lane runs behind the cemetery and serves as access to several farmhouses and sub-tropical plantations.
“With this maintenance work we want to provide better access, as the lane is a dirt track that, when it rains, turns to mud, making it dangerous to use,” explained Luis Aragón, who is the Councilor for Agriculture, amongst other posts .
The Municipal Engineer, Juan José Fernández, explained that they were putting down a 20cm-thick layer of tarmac, four meters wide, along 500 meters of track; ie a 2,000-sq / m surface of tarmac, costing 39,000 euros.
(News: Almunecar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)