Tourists arrive, crowded beaches and rubbish in the middle of the street

The resident added that the yellow buoys have not yet been installed along the coast forcing boats to drop anchor in areas where posidonia grows.

Tuesday 15th June 2021 – XÀBIA AL DÍA with Mike Smith


A resident living in Camí de Cala Blanca has sent a photo complaint to XAD which he also intends to send to Xàbia Council, specifically the Department of Services, about the lack of bins or containers in this area which is used by tourists who enjoy the Cala Blanca zone.

The beach area was full with tourists on both Saturday and Sunday, generating a great deal of rubbish which the existing bins could not accommodate, which meant that some bathers and visitors chose to leave their rubbish in the middle of the street. This is what happened yesterday, as the images shows.

The resident added that the yellow buoys have not yet been installed along the coast, especially those that are used for mooring vessels in Cala Sardinera, which, in his opinion, has forced boats to drop anchor in areas where posidonia grows. In this sense, it should be remembered that it was last week when the council awarded the contract for this service to Route Point.

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