A connecting wooden walkway is being built from the beach
Town Hall’s Beaches councillor, Pedro Jesús Martínez, has announced details of a project to make the “Pichirichi” natural breakwater separating San Juan de los Terreros’s Rabiosa and Mar Serena beaches accessible to everyone, including the disabled. A wooden walkway is being built connecting the Pichirichi with the beach, the design meaning it will be suitable for use by persons with any kind of disability.
The works are being 100 per cent financed by the local authority, the Beaches councillor explaining, “This measure was scheduled as part of a plan of action to improve services on the San Juan de los Terreros beaches. As well as the walkway being suitable for use by persons with a disability, it will allow some Pulpileños to access the mythical Pichirichi, which they’ve seen all their lives, but have never been able to get to.
A further aim of the walkway is that it to facilitate the coming and going of leisure and tourist boats, providing a temporary mooring for those accessing San Juan’s beaches by sea.