Benefits all round in Adra

Benefits all round in Adra
ADRA REPAIRS: Manuel Cortes with Adra councillors and Junta officials Photo credit: Adra town hall

THE regional government spent €48,150 on repairing the retaining wall and breakwater on the Poniente (West) side of Adra’s harbour.

Local mayor Manuel Cortes thanked the Junta for carrying out the repairs which, following a request during the regional government’s visit to the town, were “no sooner said than done.”

Cortes also highlighted the Junta’s readiness to help Adra.


“This was not the first time that action needed to be taken on improving the port and nor will it be the last,” the mayor said.

The emblematic port has received “important modifications” and would soon have a walkway that was going to be another tourist attraction, Cortes said.

“We all benefit from initiatives like these and we shall go on working to promote the spectacular locations inside our historic town” Cortes said.

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