Anti-terrorist plant pots for Dénia
A week after the terror attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, Dénia fitted huge concrete flower planters along its main boulevard to prevent similar incidences in the town.
Pots have been set up along the Marqués de Campo at the Calle Sandunga crossroads – one street back from the port road – as a temporary measure, and will be removed on weekdays.
The Marqués de Campo is shut to traffic at weekends, and the pots will protect pedestrians from rogue vehicles, then they will be taken up during the week when cars are allowed onto the street.
Public safety officer Javier Scotto is trying to work out a more permanent solution, probably involving sinking bollards.