Puerto del Carmen Beaches Receive the 'Safe Tourism' Certificate


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The beaches of Puerto del Carmen, the first in the Canary Islands to receive the 'Safe Tourism' certificate

Playa Grande, Playa Chica, Playa de los Pocillos and Playa de Matagorda have passed an audit that certifies the measures implemented to minimize risks against covid-19

According to the City Council, "Safe Tourism is the only certificate against covid-19 endorsed by the Ministry of Health and with this accreditation, Puerto del Carmen guarantees the correct implementation of the hygienic-sanitary protocols on its coastline to protect the users and their workers ".

In addition, the Council emphasizes that the beaches of Tías "are the first in the Canary Islands to receive this certificate", which values the quality of the coastline of the municipality of Tías as a safe environment also against the coronavirus. The distinctive flags have already been sent to the Tías Town Hall and will soon be displayed on its beaches.

Increase confidence in residents and visitors

“The council has worked hard to improve access and the conditions of our beaches. We want to increase the trust in our residents and visitors so that they can confirm, with the collaboration of all, that we have a safe tourist destination ”, declares the councilor of Playas de Tías, Mame Fernández.

During the audit, they highlighted the training and involvement of the personnel who work on the beaches to achieve this objective and the protocols developed by the external consultant Ismael Lozano to ensure the success of the implementation.