The Deputy Mayor and Councillor for Infrastructure, José Vicente Albaladejo, hoisted on Friday 13 August at 10.00 at the beach in San Ginés de La Azohía flag attesting to grant this sandy Cartagena Q Quality of beaches granted by the Spanish Tourism Quality Institute.
This award is number 11 on the Q of Quality awarded to beaches Cartagena, which consolidates the top of the municipalities of Cartagena in Spain.
Albaladejo will be accompanied to the meeting Gabriel Ruiz, director of the Institute of Coastal Services, the agency created for the maintenance and provision of services in Cartagena beaches.
The other ten quality Q awarded this year were delivered by the Minister of Industry and Tourism to the Mayor Pilar Barreiro last June and have been hoisted at the beaches of Cala Cortina, Minor Outlying Islands, Playa Honda, Mar de Cristal, Cala del Pino, Cavanna Beach, Playa del Barco Perdido, Galúa Beach, Playa de Levante and Playa de la Gola.
Q Quality Flag is granted every year the Institute for Quality Tourism (ICTE) and requires not only that hold water and sand beaches clean, but they have the necessary security services, rescue, entertainment, information, cleaning , control of the stalls and hygienic conditions on the beaches and facilities.
These badges are attached to the recently awarded seven blue flags by the European Foundation of Environmental Education and Blue Flag awarded to beaches Rescue Service.
Cartagena is the peninsular Mediterranean town with most blue flags and fifth in the number of awards in Spain.
The blue flag beaches look at the Crystal Sea, Levante-Cabo de Palos, Cala Cortina, Cala del Pino, Islas Menores and Playa Honda San Ginés in La Azohía.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena