For three months, October, November and December, numerous types of sport and exercise will be offered at Playa de los NÃ¡ufragos
The mayor of Employment, VÃctor FerrÃ¡ndez, presented this morning at a press conference winter activities on the beach that will offer residents and tourists of Torrevieja a schedule to enjoy free time during the coming months.,,es,This new initiative aims to provide tourism alternatives outside the summer season and propose things to do in winter, and is run by the swimming specialty of the ADL Tourist Seasonal Employment workshop.
The councilor explained that the project will provide numerous benefits to those interested in registering. “It is an offer of sports and leisure activities that promotes health, the enjoyment of the outdoors, which takes advantage of the natural resources of the municipality, in this case the beaches, and encourages socialization,” he said. In addition, it encourages healthy life habits and promotes teamwork, as explained.
This initiative will be developed during the months of October, November and December, at Playa de los NÃ¡ufragos, with Blue Flag and ISO quality certificate, it has been the place chosen for the activities. “It is wide, easily accessible and is equipped with sports elements,” said the mayor. Registration is completely free and beneficiaries can sign up for more than one activity in the ADL or in the main tourist office.
The offer, aimed at people over 18 years, is aimed at a maximum of 750 people. Regarding the activities, two different ones will be offered for each month during two days a week, Monday and Wednesday (with the exception of holidays), from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. divided into two shifts: from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m. in the first shift and from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in the second shift.
In October there will be salsa from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m. and yoga from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 a.m. In November, pilates in the first shift and buzzes in the second shift, and in December, functional training and maintenance gymnastics, respectively. The councilor has clarified what functional training consists of: “These are machine-less exercises that promote strength and endurance to perform daily load activities or different postures in a correct manner and without harming the body.”
FerrÃ¡ndez has also anticipated that there is an organized surprise for this week, from which it is not possible to advance more information “because it is surprise”, that will give “the starting signal” to this project “and will not leave anyone indifferent”.