Mirador de Haría Re-Opens Refreshed


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The Mirador de Haría facilities reopened on Tuesday afternoon . After several years of works and rehabilitation, this space is once again available for the enjoyment of the residents and visitors to the island.

The new facilities were inaugurated at 7:00 p.m. and was attended by the mayor of Haría, Chaxiraxi Niz, who was accompanied by the entire Corporation, the president of the Cabildo de Lanzarote, María Dolores Corujo, and other political representatives of the island. The architect and person in charge of the project, Miguel Ángel Fontes Figuera, also attended the inauguration.

The northern mayor celebrated this inauguration as "a new beginning for a space of great relevance for Haría and for Lanzarote" , cataloged by it as "a perfect example of the coexistence between tourism development and the own culture that so much defended one of the symbols of the Island as César Manrique”.

“In recent decades, the Mirador has suffered wear and tear and, thanks to the commendable work of the councilor in charge of the Technical Office, Víctor Robayna, and the rest of the staff of this department, and the work of the architect Miguel Ángel Fontes, today Haría once again has one of its most emblematic attractions ”, he pointed out.

Likewise, according to Niz, "the collaboration between Public Administrations has been essential to complete this project", since it was awarded for an amount of 244,962.10 euros, from the Municipal Cooperation Plan of the Cabildo de Lanzarote.

"I want to congratulate the residents of Haría for recovering these facilities, which were completely abandoned, and which will allow our visitors to enjoy the enormous landscape value that the town of Haría treasures," said the president of the Cabildo.

"Haría adds extraordinary value to the experience enjoyed by those who visit us and contributes to drawing the image of a sustainable island capable of offering a global experience, which goes far beyond the sun and the beach that other destinations can offer" added María Dolores Corujo.