City Beach in Ploče to Be Renovated (Photos)
Check out the plans and photo illustrations for the renovated city beach in Ploče.
The city of Ploče has submitted a project for the renovation of the city beach to the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia for non-refundable grants under the Public Tourism Infrastructure Development Program in 2017, reports Neretvanski.com on October 4, 2017.
The aim of the renovation is to revitalize the city beach in order to improve the quality of urban life and promote healthy living and the restoration of the neglected area where part of the city’s recreational, festival and cultural events will take place.
On the tallest terrace, by constructing one-metre-high supporting walls, an additional space will open up for a cafe bar and a beach volleyball court. The sanitary facility will fit into the southeastern wall. Newly-built cascades will have autochthonous greenery and Mediterranean plants. The construction of a smaller bio cesspool is also planned for the needs of the coffee bar and sanitary facility.
The implementation of the whole project is planned in two phases, where the first phase includes the protection of existing trees and valuable greenery, the removal of the damaged walls on the highest terrace and the rough leveling of the terrain, the installation of plumbing system for the cafe bar and the sanitary facility, the construction of the sanitary facilities and the retaining wall for the highest terrace. The plan is to fill the highest terrace with sand, fill the land between the supporting walls, provide a sanitary infrastructure for the beach and the cafe and to provide communal beach equipment.
The city of Ploče informed the citizens that the total value of the applied project for the first phase of the city beach renovation is 461,527.50 kunas.
Translated from Neretvanski.com