More than 1000 people will camp this Holy Week in the "Jose Eduardo Gil Rebollo" municipal recreational area

The camping period to enjoy the traditional “field days” will be from next Wednesday, March 27, until April 8, both inclusive.
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The Councilor for Parks and Gardens of the Torrevieja City Council, Concha Sala, reports that a total of 1,097 people are going to camp this Holy Week in the “José Eduardo Gil Rebollo” Municipal Recreation Area, in the 321 tents that have requested permission to settle in this large green area located in front of the La Mata Cemetery. The camping period will be from next Wednesday, March 27, to Monday, April 8, both inclusive.

This large number of requests authorized by the Department of Parks and Gardens once again confirms that this great green lung has become for more than a decade the main attraction for Torrevieja residents to enjoy outdoors and in traditional tents. Easter “field days.”


In the authorizations, which are carried out through a general instance, in the electronic headquarters of the Torrevieja City Council ( attaching the responsible declaration that appears for this purpose, it is stated that they must comply with the regulations of use of the Municipal Recreational Area , which includes that they are obliged to remove the waste produced during their stay, using the containers intended for this purpose.

Furthermore, they must take responsibility for any type of damage that may be caused, not make electrical connections to public lighting and respect the Ordinance Regulating Green Zones, Natural Areas and Street Trees, complying with it in all its terms. This ordinance, regarding the protection of plant elements, prohibits any manipulation of trees and plants, throwing garbage and waste and lighting fires.

The large pine forest of the “José Eduardo Gil Rebollo” Municipal Recreation Area was created thanks to the reforestation carried out for two decades by both the Torrevieja City Council and numerous associations, local entities and schools, especially with pine plantations and trees. indigenous. A recreational area that has toilets, children's play areas and recreation areas for the enjoyment of citizens, as well as picnic areas to enjoy picnics.