On May 29, Benisa will host the final stage of the 25th Vuelta Ciclista in Alicante Vuelta Cilesta.
The contestants will leave from the ancient city of Penisa before passing through the various centers of the Marina Alta before moving on to Alcoy and finishing in Campello.
After a year of only symbolic sporting events, they represent the first signs of a recovery that is emerging, says Bennis’ sports advisor, Adrian Cabrera.
“The city council is investing 3,000 euros in restaurant meals and accommodations for the teams participating in the race,” Cabrera said.
This aims to help revitalize and strengthen the sectors that suffered the most during the economic crisis.
Although he did not provide details of the future strategies of his administration, Cabrera did predict that sporting events will return and be “stronger” than they were before the pandemic.
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