Ayia Napa Marina earns Blue Flag in first few months
This summer, Cyprus received a record number of Blue Flags for the island’s 74 beaches and 2 marinas.
Each of the island’s beaches has its own characteristics in terms of sand and water color, marine life, organized facilities, sea sports offered, and how popular or isolated they are. .
But what they all have in common is the Blue Flag, a universal symbol of quality awarded to organized beaches and marinas with strict standards for organization, in which more than 50 countries around the world participate. It’s a seal of unmatched quality. Cleanliness, Environmental Management and Service to the Public.
In its short run, Ayia Napa Marina has impressed national judges with the high standard of its facilities and services, earning it the Blue Flag as a marina, in addition to the beautiful surrounding beaches.
It is important to note that Ayia Napa Marina’s activities focus on environmental sustainability and protection. For this reason, programs have been established to monitor and check water quality.
A comprehensive waste management plan is in place at the marina and a pump-out system has been installed to collect wastewater from the boats. In addition, measures are in place to prevent and deal with incidents of potential leaks and marine pollution.
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