By James Langton
The provincial government, the Diputación de Málaga, last week approved the drafting of project plans for six more sections of the Senda Litoral province-wide coastal walkway.
The Senda Litoral aims to unite the 160 kilometres of Málaga’s coastline, from Nerja to Manilva, through the addition of new boardwalks, paths and bridges to exisiting seafront promenades, in order to make it possible to walk or cycle along the entire route.
And six more sections of the pathway could soon become a reality, with plans being drawn up for 5.3 kilometres of the coastline, affecting Málaga city and towns including Benalmádena, Marbella and Estepona. The work is being carried out by the Diputación’s tourism planning company, Turismo y Planificación Costa del Sol, at a cost of €100,000, with the plans to be drafted by November 30.