One of the most popular beaches near Athens has been transformed by the local authority to ensure appropriate social distancing, as required by the new rules in these coronavirus times.
The council of Glyfada, south of Athens, has moved their beach umbrellas to create safe distances between each other and has even placed new sand on the beach to welcome swimmers.
Glyfada Mayor Giorgos Papanikolaou said in a Facebook post how very proud he was of the way the beach looks now. “Like embroidery on the sand!” he wrote.
“New sand, umbrellas with distances, new locker rooms, showers, benches — all in place! Our Blue Flag beaches, open and free as always, are ready to welcome bathers, with strict safety and hygiene rules,” he wrote.
Σαν κέντημα στην άμμο!Αυτό που βλέπετε είναι η παραλία της Γλυφάδας σήμερα. Μετά από πάρα πολλή δουλειά. Νέα άμμος,…
Posted by Giorgos Papanikolaou on Wednesday, May 6, 2020
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