It’s a sign in Oliva


SINCE THE Delegations of Works, Services and Tourism was brought into action under directing councillors Blai Peiro and Mireia Morera, new street signs have been erected between Cami de l’Aigua Blanca i del Cami Vell de Denia in Oliva.

The street signs will mean visitors to the municipality can easily navigate between the town, the beach, the camping areas and the residential areas.

The street signs will also provide greater security on two of the busiest roads of the town, especially in summer.

The councillors of the municipal group Projecte Ciutadans d’Oliva (Citizens Project Oliva) said that the new signs ‘will improve access for tourists in the municipality.’

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