David Collado supervises works for the renovation of the Cabrera seawall.
The work involves an investment of more than 83 million pesos.
The Minister of Tourism, David Collado, visited this Thursday the Cabrera seawall along with officials of the institution to supervise the work being carried out by the Ministry of Tourism (Mitur) in that locality.
Accompanied by mayor Marlon Arias and vice minister Yaneris Then, the officials toured the entire seafront of the seawall with engineers and technicians who are in charge of the work.
During his tour, Collado said that the Ministry is working to impact the most emblematic spaces of the country and turn them into real tourist attractions.
“We are transforming the emblematic public spaces, so that they become leisure and recreation areas for the people. In the municipality of Cabrera we are also refurbishing its boardwalk to enhance its potential,” said the official.
It is expected that with the renovation of the boardwalk of this municipality, the tourist offer in the region will be strengthened.
The work, which involves an investment of more than 83 million pesos, will consist of four main squares that will include pedestrian walkways, landscaping, a children’s play area, a lookout point, a space for outdoor physical exercise and a ramp for universal access.
In a total intervention area of 7,350 square meters, the Pescadores, Central, La Colina and Faro plazas will be built, with 2,170 square meters of sidewalks and 1,367 linear meters of curbs.
Learn more: NEWS