The beaches of Nerja renew their tourist quality certificates

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The beaches of Nerja renew their tourist quality certificates
The beaches of Nerja renew their tourist quality certificates

The Councillor for Beaches in Nerja reports that the beaches of the town have passed the tourism quality audit.

The Councillor for Beaches, Maria del Carmen Lopez, reports that the beaches of Nerja have passed the tourism quality audit process carried out by the certification committee of the Institute for Tourist Quality in Spain (ICTE).

This review is carried out to renew the certifications that the beaches of the municipality have, such as the Q for tourist quality of Burriana, Torrecilla and Chucho, the Safe Tourism seal for the implementation of a risk prevention system against Covid-19, the ISO9001: 2015 quality standards, ISO14001: 2015 environmental management and the UNE70001-2: 2007 global accessibility.

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Lopez has shown his satisfaction with these renovations, which confirm the quality of the beaches of Nerja: “Many tourists opt for Nerja as a holiday destination for its beaches. For us it is very important to guarantee its quality and the services we offer”.

He also recalled that this year the Blue Flags are once again flying on the beaches of the municipality, as the highest mark of environmental and tourist excellence that certifies the quality of the bathing waters. He also referred to the Ecoplayas 2021 flag of Burriana, of environmental recognition, and the Andalucian Safe Beaches distinctive against the coronavirus.

All services have been audited, such as showers, toilets, informational posters, beach bars, hammocks, first aid, cleaning and collection of floating waste. The audit has ended with a rescue drill carried out by the beach rescue and surveillance service, which has been satisfactorily assessed by the auditors.



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Laura is from a small seaside town in North Wales and has also lived in Liverpool and Manchester, where she studied English Literature and worked in social media and marketing. Laura moved to the city of Zaragoza last August to teach English, but after missing the coast she decided to move to beautiful Nerja to enjoy the sun and sea. Laura has a passion for animals, films, outdoor activities, writing and the environment.

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