At the same event, the ‘Q’ flag for Tourism Quality of the Spanish Institute for Tourism Quality was awarded and the Petit Mar, a children’s playground located on the promenade and designed with seafaring motifs, was inaugurated.
Alcudiamar, the concessionaire of the Alcudia marina, has raised the blue flag for the 25th consecutive year, which certifies compliance with standards on water quality, safety, facilities and environmental conditions.
In this line, the investments recently carried out in Alcudiamar contribute to the greater environmental sustainability of the marina. Specifically, a pilot oxygenation and recirculation system have been installed to improve the quality of the water in the dock, a fixed hydrocarbon detection station, and an innovative bilge collection system that will substantially improve waste management.
As was the case in 2020, the criteria for distinguishing beaches and marinas with a blue flag have been adapted to the new regulations on the occasion of Covid-19, with information to users of the additional measures to ensure greater safety, hygiene and social distance to prevent contagion.
At the same event, the Petit Mar, a children’s playground inspired by seafaring motifs, was inaugurated to improve the leisure activities on offer in the area, aimed at resident families and tourists.
The park is located on the seafront promenade of Puerto de Alcudia, and forms part of the investment plan implems attended by the mayoress of Alcudia, Barbara Rebassa; the president of Alcudiamar, Joan Domingo; the managing director of Alcudiamar, Bartomeu Bestard; the manager of Alcudiamar, Francisca Reinés; the representative of the Port Authority in Alcudia, Miquel Espinosa; the councillor for the environment, Tomás Adrover; the councillor for tourism, Josep Cladera; the councillor for the PP, Josefina Linares; the councillor for UxA, María del Carmen García, and the captain of Alcudiamar, Juan Crespí.