A new wooden fence to protect the dunes at Orihuela Costa’s La Glea beach has been erected to replace the old one that had been damaged by bad weather.

The work by Orihuela council cost 12 thousand euro and was inspected by Orihuela’s coastal and beaches councillor Luisa Boné, and environment councillor, Miguel Ángel Fernández.

“The new fence will make sure that the La Glea dunes will be preserved”, said Ángel Fernández, adding that it will also keep people out of the protected dunes area.

The two-thousand-metre-long fence covers the whole border of the dunes and has been made of timber, and will play an important part of combatting sand erosion, according to the two councillors.

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