The official visited Guayacanes beach to follow up on the works being carried out in this place.
The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, let it be known through his social networks the decision to refurbish and beautify the Caleta boardwalk in the province of La Romana.
“We are transforming emblematic public spaces, so that they can be areas for leisure and recreation for the people. In La Romana we are also going to recover the view of the sea” posted the official on his Twitter account.
On his Facebook social network, Collado posted: “Today we were in Caleta la Romana, we visited the Malecón and coordinated the works to beautify and refurbish it, to continue with our interventions in the emblematic public spaces of the country and recover the view of the sea”.
Likewise, the minister announced last Friday that they are evaluating the project to improve the Malecon of San Pedro de Macoris and assured that “this work will begin in a few weeks”.
During the same tour, the official visited Guayacanes beach to follow up on the works being carried out in this place.
“In these visits we evaluate the works that are being carried out, to guarantee that they are done according to what has been approved, eliminate delays and talk with the community members. If they are satisfied, we are satisfied,” Collado published.
Recently, the Minister of Tourism informed that the arrival of tourists to the country continues to grow, which keeps the dynamism of the sector active and makes its contribution to the national economy more significant.
Collado indicated that during the month of June, 644,861 foreigners arrived in the country which represents a growth of 9.9% more than that recorded in the same period of 2018 and 2019.
He highlighted the sustained growth that the tourism sector has had in the first six months of this year, an achievement that he attributes to the total recovery of the industry, thanks to the efforts of the public and private sectors.