A graphic display describes the measures and protocols implemented on coastal towns’ beaches up and down the Costa Brava.
The Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board has published an infographic to inform visitors and professionals in the sector about beach access protocol and to explain the main health and safety measures adopted by Girona’s coastal towns in order to regulate these public bathing and leisure areas. The infographic basically describes such aspects as the new signs used on beaches, regular disinfection of urban facilities and communal areas, restrictions regarding capacity and the length of stay on beaches controlled by civil agents, the different water and leisure activities allowed on beaches and the various channels of enquiry available for beachgoers. It is worth pointing out that the Costa Brava has 220 km of coastline and 245 beaches and coves, distributed among 22 coastal towns, which have all made a major effort to adapt their uses, services and facilities to the pandemic situation. This year 27 Costa Brava beaches have been awarded blue flags and other environmental seals of quality by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). Download the infographic