The Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council will regulate access to the five beaches of the capital (Las Teresitas, Las Gaviotas, Almáciga, Benijo and Roque de las Bodegas) in case, as of Monday, May 25, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and La Palma enter Phase 2 of the de-escalation and join La Graciosa, La Gomera and El Hierro that have been in this phase for a week.
However, as confirmed to Radio Club Tenerife of the Cadena SER the Department of Citizen Security, the capacity regulation will be applied above all, on the most popular beach: The Teresitas, while in the rest of the capital’s beaches “it will be the high tide that limits the space for people”, City Hall sources explain.
Although it has yet to be approved, the idea behind the capital’s city council is to divide the beach into “four sectors”However, the Councilor for Citizen Security, Flortentino Guzmán, considers that the main measure is “the responsibility of each person” and that “the citizenship complies with the regulations to avoid contagions”.
Sector 1: Between access 0 and 2. Exclusive non-compulsory use for people over 70
Sector 2: Between access 3 and 5. All public
Sector 3: Between entrances 6 and 7. All public
Sector 4: Between access 8 and the jetty. All public