24 of the trees that surround the Park of Nations have been transplanted next to the Greenway

In recent days, the Torrevieja City Council has carried out the transplant of 24 trees of the Ceiba Speciosa species, which for 30 years have been located on the sidewalks surrounding the Park of Nations.

The Department of Urban Services, in collaboration with the Department of Parks and Gardens, led by Sandra Sánchez and Concha Sala respectively, have carried out the replanting work in the garden area with palm trees and grass meadow, located on Efrén Gutiérrez Mateo Street. and bordering the Greenway.

In this way, in addition to not cutting down these trees of notable size, we want to influence the landscape of this area by using these specimens that will be able, in this area of the Greenway, to develop in all their splendor and lushness, thus managing to increase the mass green of our municipal area. With this resolution, Torrevieja will not only preserve its heritage, but will also enhance the quality of its green areas and its surroundings.

The 24 transplanted trees are due to the redevelopment works of one of the city's main roads, Ronda César Cánovas Girada, which began on December 18. Some works that are included in the resurfacing project and improvements to pedestrian routes and accessibility, and that have an investment of close to €770,000 (VAT included).