- They're already 26 years the ones that wave this badge, certifying the quality of these port facilities and the environmental management carried out
Marina del Este again wears the Blue Flag on its premises. A recognition that guarantees the quality of both the facilities and the services that this nautical and port enclosure offers, as well as compliance with a number of environmental and sustainable conditions in the management of. They're already 26 years, although not continuously, the ones that this award waves in Marina del Este.
The event of hoisting the flag was attended by the Councilor of Sports and Environment of the City Council of Almuñécar, Luis Aragón, who has accompanied the managing director of Marina del Este, Manuel Raigón and the Chief Operating Officer of the Marines del Mediterráneo Group, Alejandro Suanes, plus part of the marina team.
Manuel Raigón wanted to thank all the staff of the marina and companies that are part of this venue "for the job well done" and has stated that "this recognition is a lot of effort but also a great satisfaction because we adhere to the legality and environmental quality demanded".
Both the marina facilities and all staff comply with the protection and prevention measures established by the health authorities to cope with the expansion of COVID-19. In this way, Marina del Este is a safe environment for workers and users visiting the port precinct. Nautical tourism, safe tourism.
The Blue Flag recognition is granted by the European Foundation for Environmental Education (Fee) and the Association of Environmental and Consumer Education (Adeac) more than 30 years in recognition of environmental quality and are awarded following a comprehensive analysis of ADEAC technicians on safety conditions in the facilities, environmental and water quality, sustainable management, the services offered to the user, social integration, as well as the dissemination and formative work of each port.