MUNICIPALITY OF PAJARA

The Ayuntamiento signs an agreement with Correos for the tourism promotion of the municipality in their offices

The Ayuntamiento's Tourism Council has signed an agreement with Correos (public postal mail service) for the tourism promotion of the municipality in their offices. Thanks to this agreement, the Ayuntamiento will benefit from a space on the advertising screens in five Correos offices in Mainland Spain to promote the wonders of the south of Fuerteventura amongst the population. The sequence of advertising consists of a repetition of 10 seconds of screening that will be repeated every 2 minutes.

 

The Ayuntamiento inaugurates Pájara's largest children's play park, located in Costa Calma

The Ayuntamiento inaugurated last month, the largest children's play park in Costa Calma with new modern and adapted infrastructures that include a zip-line, swings, many types of games, shaded areas and safety equipment. This park includes a zip-line which is the main attraction for the youngest children, as well as many other games, of which some are adapted to people with disabilities. Furthermore, the park has been fitted with special flooring to improve safety, as well as a fence. Some shaded resting areas have also been created so that parents can wait comfortably for their children.

 

The Cabildo hands over an ambulance to Pájara's Ayuntamiento

Fuerteventura's Cabildo officially handed over an ambulance to Pájara's Ayuntamiento, last month, which is destined for the Fire and Civil Protection Services. The vehicle is an ambulance for assistance and basic vital support, the model is a Renault Master L2H2, representing an investment of 60.000 Euros. It is similar to the ambulance that was handed over to the Ayuntamiento of La Oliva, on December 27th.

 

Completion of the improvements for accessibility and equipment of Pájara's beaches

The improvements made for the accessibility and equipment carried out on various beaches of the municipality of Pájara were recently completed. They were organised within the Island Plan of Cooperation for Initiatives and Services (Plan Insular de Cooperación a las Obras y Servicios – PICOS) and represents an investment of almost 350.000 Euros. Those improvements took place on the beaches of Morro Jable, La Pared and Costa Calma and included the installation of wooden modules for toilets, as well as the creation of gangways and stairs to improve access to the beaches.