There seems to be no escape from climate change. In one tourist destination Iconic of the ‘sun and beach’ of Spain like Benidorm, the good weather is used as a treasure and now, even longer. she water in their Beaches that’s it hottest on Oct. than in June, according to the latest records.
The analyzes carried out weekly from the Municipal Laboratory show an average of 25.32 degrees in the first days of the current month, a value somewhat higher than that recorded in the whole of June, which is 23.57º. However, the maximum water temperature is almost the same: 25.6º in June compared to 25.50º at the beginning of October.
Councilor of the beaches, Monica Gomezaffirming that “the journeys on sol “With good temperatures, both ambient and sea water, they attract many users of the beaches not only during the high season but also during the first periods of the month of October.”
In this balance of a long time that extending every summer is less because it is also hot in autumn, above normal, the data of the increasing influx of bathers to SERVICES on idleness on playa appears to be close to 28,000 people They use its accessible beaches, beach libraries – also with newspapers and magazines – and play in libraries – children’s games – at this time.
With a Puente de la Hispanidad that coincides this year with the week of the festival of October 9 of the Valencian Community and ends the better data on five yearsSince before the pandemic, “every day the beaches show an image similar to the one they showed in the month of June,” added Gómez.
Long-term strategic plan
These new circumstances and others derived from this climate, such as a larger floating population, are considered to change the business concept and strategies in the longer term, years in the future, in Benidorm and other enclaves in the sector.
The eight of alliance on Municipalities Tourist (AMT) Sun and beach present this Tuesday in Madrid the study in “redefining in tourist destinations long trajectory», commissioned by the Secretary of State for Tourism.
Adeje, Arona, Benidorm, Calviá, Lloret de Mar, Salou, San Bartolomé de Tirajana and Torremolinos collaborate on this ‘Definition of a Tourist Municipality, its implications and possible alternatives for financing‘, which according to the coordinators of this alliance allows “to expand the characteristics of tourist towns to access better financing.” This document provides a new definition and economic structure, which will allow the “strengthening of public services” provided to the resident population and visitors.
The event was organized by the Madrid Press Association with the participation of the president of AMT Sol y Playa and the mayor of Salou, Pere Granadosand the vice president and mayor of Calvià, Juan Antonio Amengualas well as the representatives of the remaining cities united in the alliance.