Ardales, Álora, Antequera and Abdalajís Valley will hand over the management of the infrastructure to the above governmental body until it is put in a public tender.
Elías Bendodo stresses the agreement between the provincial government, the town councils, the Andalusian and Spanish government that made this project real.
The entrance is free but there is to obtain a ticket, and necessary measures will be taken to protect the environment and visitors.
It starts at Banús Port, goes along El Caminito del Rey path and through, at least, eleven municipalities.
Banús Port – Marbella, Alhaurín de la Torre – El Caminito del Rey, Mijas – Málaga and Estepona – Vejer de la Fronter are stages that give Málaga a key role in the Spanish Route.
Mr Bendodo emphasizes that the event will have important influence on towns’ economy and, after the broadcast in 178 countries, it will promote them worldwide.