JAVEA BEACH INFORMATION VIA JAVEA TOWN HALL.
The beach season in Javea officially starts June 15th. However, with the passage of the Valencian Community to Phase 2 of the deescalation gives us the option to reopen them from Monday, June 1, the City Council is making an effort to advance some of the services and incorporate security measures aimed at maintaining social distance plus safety and health guarantees.
🔸 We have installed buoys along the coastline.
🔸 We have extended the surveillance and lifeguard contract with Red Cross to be incorporated on the scheduled date
🔸 We are screening and cleaning the beaches
🔸 We are in the process of hiring the new needs arising from the health crisis, including an extraordinary surveillance service to control access and apartments on the beaches of Arenal, Grava, Barraca and Granadella
🔸 We will install signalling and informative posters
The experience of other years tells us that, at the beginning of June, our beaches do not have a high occupation. However, Red Cross volunteers will be available for information and awareness-raising work.
🙏🏼 Above all, we need all your collaboration-especially these first days-so that the beaches are a place to enjoy with total safety
🔆 WHEN WILL THE BEACH OPEN ?
Monday June 1th
WHAT IS ALLOWED AND WHAT IS NOT
– Sunbathing and bathing is allowed
To use children’s playgrounds
** For the moment, seasonal service concessions (umbrellas, hammocks, chiringuitos or skateboard rental etc…)
‼️DECALOGUE OF RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BEACH USERS IN JAVEA ‼
1.- Keep safe distance to avoid infections (2 meters) on both the beach and in the water.
2.- When placing your towel or umbrella, set out at least a six-meter strip from the sea to ensure distance access to water and walkways.
3.- If you walk along the shore and cross other people always go on your right
4.- Respect the indications of lifeguards, vigilantes and police
5.- Extreme your hygienic measures and in times of high concentration of people wear a mask
6.- Plan your beach visit and try to avoid the most influx schedules.
7.- Minimise your time on the beach so we can all enjoy it.
8.- Avoid contact with other or common use elements / objects.
9.- Avoid smoking on the beach and don’t leave a mark of your presence, take your trash.
10.- Stay home if you have symptoms and quickly warn the health system (Phone. 900 300 555)
Altea and Villajoyosa beaches will open on Monday – but not La Cala Finestrat
( Video by Jo O’Shaughnessy.)