The first deputy mayor and councilman of Tourism and Beaches of  Mijas, Josele Gonzalez, reported this morning that, after the end of the high season of beaches, the coast of Mijas will have one more lifeguard service in the coastal footpath with two rescue units that will be active every weekend until March 2019. "From the council, we continue to make available to the thousands of people who visit us on weekends and enjoy the 6 kilometers of Senda Litoral, a care and lifeguard service to continue with the plan of prevention and care in the area ", Said the councilor of the area. The service involves the presence of two lifeguards on bicycles that will tour the area from 11:00 to 17:00 hours and which are equipped with a complete first aid kit, which also includes a defibrillator. "It is a good measure for all those who visit us to feel more secure, and from here encourage everyone to enjoy our climate and our coastal path with the best care," said Gonzalez. The rescue service coordinator, Gonzalo Botta, explained that "our work focuses on prevention while patrolling the area, assisting when necessary to people in the area and deriving in their case to the emergency services if necessary ".