Work is due to begin this week on the long-awaited path that will link Callao Salvaje and Playa Paraíso, via a bridge which is to be built over the barranco which divides the two villages.
The project was announced at a meeting in the Callao Salvaje cultural centre where Adeje mayor José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga joined local councillor Amada Trujillo Bencomo and councillor for works Gonzalo Delgado Diaz to explain the plans, as well as outline other projects in the pipeline for both neighbourhoods.
There was a translator present at the meeting to keep the many non-Spanish born residents who attended in the loop.
The project will improve the pathway that already exists along the cliff top in Callao Salvaje, with signposting and bins and improvements to the existing maritime paths along the Playa Paraíso side ending along the Calle El Horno are also planned.
To link the two villages an iron and wood bridge is to be constructed with a base of reinforced cement
The plans will be available in the Adeje Cultural Centre within two weeks for those who wish to see them.