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A free bus accessing the beaches of the Salinas Regional Park and Arenales de San Pedro

10.08.2020
A free bus accessing the beaches of the Salinas Regional Park and Arenales de San Pedro

The Community has launched a free shuttle service that will connect the new parking lot at the entrance to the Regional Park of Las Salinas, with the beaches of La Llana and Torre Derribada.

The general director of the Natural Environment, explains that «with this measure we intend to reduce the number of vehicles that every day access the beaches crossing the Parque Regional de las Salinas and Arenales San Pedro del Pinatar, thus reducing the damages that can be cause the flora and fauna of this environment.

The minibus, which is already in operation, has a frequency of half an hour, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., every day of the week and will be in operation until the beginning of September.

It is important to highlight that the noise from massive traffic and parking outside the designated areas causes direct and indirect damage to the flora and fauna of this protected natural space. Specifically, factors such as excessive noise, trampling flora, increased waste and nuisance to protected fauna, among other damages. In addition, the location of vehicles outside the authorized areas prevents the correct work of fire fighting services or health emergencies.

Regional Park

The Salinas y Arenales Regional Park of San Pedro del Pinatar houses a great diversity of environmental and landscape values. Within its space countless ecosystems of great interest converge that must be conserved and protected for their permanence in time.

Annually receives more than half a million visitors and one of the natural resources most frequented by users during the summer season are the approximately 5 kilometers of natural Mediterranean beaches, framed in one of the best-preserved dune systems in the Region of Murcia, that endows them with a great landscape quality.

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