• The port precinct has seen an average increase in 9,53% compared to last year.
• More services at the port, domestic customers and enviable conditions for browsing any day, main reasons for this increase.
The balance of summer in the Puerto Deportivo Marina del Este couldn't be more positive. Data speaks for itself: an average occupation of the 93,24% during the months of June, July and August and an absolute full with the 100% of their 227 moorings occupied in August, as is apparent from the data provided by the Marines Group of the Mediterranean, company that manages the concession of this port precinct.
This analysis also highlights the nationalities that have visited the marina, according to which the Spaniards have been the majority nationality followed by the English and germans.
Despite the pandemic, Marina del Este has seen an average increase in 9,53% compared to the previous year. From the marina they aim that this growth has been due to, among other reasons, to the amenities that customers have found in the port precinct itself, with a wide range of services and businesses to meet all your needs, as well as the port's own situation, that makes it possible for you to sail every day regardless of the type of wind you make. Something that is very grateful for the lovers of navigation and that makes them stay in the port.
In addition, users have enjoyed nautical tourism by conceiving it as safe tourism and understanding that their practice does not involve any risk, as it is not necessary to enter spaces or have contact with other people. From the marina, the sanitary and security measures decreed by the relevant authorities have been implemented both in the facilities and for the port's staff and the customers themselves.
Manuel Raigon, managing director of Marina del Este, is satisfied with the occupancy data obtained this summer and thanks customers for the trust placed and the whole team "the involvement and effort in these difficult times".
In addition, the very area where Marina del Este is located is already an attraction in itself to visit it. In The Horseshoe, Almuñecar (Grenade), specifically in the natural landscape of Maro-Cerro Gordo, an area specially protected by UNESCO that stands out for the quality of its seabed and with beautiful coves and cliffs where it is possible to practice activities such as diving, Diving, paddle surfing or kayaking or enjoying its quiet beaches.
In this sense, Raigón has indicated that the enclave in which Marina del Este is located is a claim for visitors, "Nice place to stay". In addition, by its characteristics this area allows "to carry out nautical-sports activities, that are one more attraction to spend the holiday period with family".