The César Manrique Maritime Park reopens tomorrow
In order to control access and capacity, the sale of tickets will be made exclusively through their website, and when buying them, the day and time must be chosen.
The César Manrique Maritime Park reopens its doors tomorrow (Tuesday May 26th), after the island's entry into phase 2 of de-escalation. For the opening of the pools it has been necessary to set up all the facilities to meet the requirements of the Ministry of Health.
The councillor for Public Services, José Ángel Martín, explains that "in order to more easily control the access of bathers and compliance with the capacity, the sale of tickets will be carried out exclusively through the internet, and in them the date and time will be recorded”.
The virtual ticket offices will be available on the web at parquemaritimosantacruz.es, and Martín adds that "the maximum capacity will be 1,000 people at the same time, within the swimming pool and solarium facilities".
Among the measures that have been taken is that for the entrances to the Park, lines have been marked on the ground that to maintain social distancing.
In addition, the access stairs will be one-way entry or exit, and the use of the elevator will be limited to people with reduced mobility and pushchairs.
Other changes implemented are that the sunbeds have been placed at a distance of more than two metres from each other and that, in the pool showers and services located in groups of three, those in the middle will be unused. Locker rooms and showers are closed.
José Ángel Martín emphasizes that "cleaning will be significantly reinforced for elements constantly in use, such as railings, and the treatment the swimming pool water will undergo, will eliminate any eventual risk".
"The use of the Maritime Park will be safe, but the people who come must be responsible and comply with the rules that will be marked on different signs located throughout the facility," he says.