Walk way La Canaria – Aquamarina

The pedestrian promenade that borders the Aquamarina beach is illuminated again, since the removed streetlights were no longer working due to their marked deterioration.

The Mogán City Council has installed 24 photovoltaic streetlights on the pedestrian promenade of Aquamarina beach. 39.162 euros have been invested and is financed by the Gran Canaria Tourist Board and the Consistory for the execution of the Strategy for the Improvement of Public Space on the island.

The pedestrian promenade that borders the Aquamarina beach is illuminated again, since the removed streetlights were no longer working due to their marked deterioration. The Mogán City Council has installed 24 photovoltaic streetlights on the pedestrian promenade of Aquamarina beach. 39.162 euros have been invested and is financed by the Gran Canaria Tourist Board and the Consistory for the execution of the Strategy for the Improvement of Public Space on the island.

Mercado Arguineguin & Puerto de Mogan

Mercado Arguineguin & Puerto de Mogan

The municipal markets of Playa de Mogán and Arguineguín will be held again from October 1 after more than a year and a half suspended as a result of the pandemic.

People who wish to visit them should make use of the mask at all times and will find hydroalcoholic gel at their disposal in each of the stalls.

Arguineguin:

Tuesday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Arguineguín (Plaza Negra de Arguineguín & Plaza de Las Marañuelas 

Puerto de Mogan:

Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in Playa de Mogán (top of the parking lot, Plaza de las Gañanías & Explanada del Castillete street).

Covid-19 Canary Island 10 September 2021

The Canary Islands have reached the goal of having 72% of the target population over 12 years of age immunized against covid-19. (10-09-2021)

The Accumulated Incidence at 7 days in the Canary Islands stands at 39 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and at 14 days at 93 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. (10-09-2021)

The decrease in infections has made it possible to reduce the alert level in Gran Canaria from 3 (high risk, red traffic light) to 2 (medium risk, amber traffic light)

The drop in the level of risk in Gran Canaria means that, as of today, meetings of a maximum of eight people are allowed and that businesses can open until 2.00 am.