San Pedro beach installation

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San Pedro beach installation
Rafael Piña and Gema Midon: visit the library

The collection, which is open from noon to 7pm, is named the Ludoteca del Mar (sea library), and will return again next summer between June and September.

Earlier this month, the deputy mayor of San Pedro Alcantara, Rafael Piña, and the council’s head of Culture, Gema Midon, visited the collection.

Midon explained the book display, which has also been installed on La Bajadilla beach in Marbella, “is a pioneering project,” which will become “a permanent installation that can be used by groups or educational centres for cultural projects.”

She explained Ludoteca del Mar, “is especially aimed at the youngest, although it is open to the general public with the aim of continuing to bring culture to residents.”  She added next summer the library will be open between June 15 and September 15.

(Friday 15th September 2017, is the last chance to visit a temporary library open on La Salida beach in San Pedro Alcantara.)

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