Friday, 03 July 2015 12:34

Mogán Blue Flags Now Flying

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Amadires beach among three in Mogan to fly Blue Flags Amadires beach among three in Mogan to fly Blue Flags

The Mogán Municipality now has its Blue Flags in place at Amadores, Playa de Mogán and Puerto de Mogán marina. They were run up the flagpole by local footballer Aythami Artiles, signed to newly promoted football team UD Las Palmas.

Mogán's Blue Flag beaches and marinas are among the 13 beaches and two marinas awarded with Blue Flags in Gran Canaria for 2015. A Blue Flag means that they have quality facilities, clean sand and water and environmental information available to the public. 

New alcalde Onalia Bueno said at the flag ceremony that the area would now focus on getting blue flags for its other beaches (such as Anfi and Puerto Rico). She hopes to double or triple the number of Blue Flgs in the municipality during her term in office.

Here's a great photo report about all 13 of Gran Canaria's Blue Flag beaches and its two Blue Flag marinas.

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