Alfonso Arús is clear about what to do with Catalan beaches swallowed by the storm

Aruser@s is one of the most famous programs on our small screen.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
01 April 2024 Monday 11:16
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Alfonso Arús is clear about what to do with Catalan beaches swallowed by the storm

Aruser@s is one of the most famous programs on our small screen. Every day, the La Sexta space presented by Alfonso Arús triumphs thanks to the variety of topics it presents and the treatment given to them.

It is a light-hearted magazine that captures the attention of younger viewers with viral pieces from the Internet, but also presents news about politics, social news, international conflicts, gastronomy, culture and popular press.

During the last few weeks we have seen how collaborators focused on some controversial cases such as everything related to Kate Middleton's illness, as well as the release of former FC Barcelona player Dani Alves and the entire social response around said event. . However, they have also echoed everyday topics such as the bad weather during Holy Week, the time change, etc.

The heavy rains have caused rough waves that have left fatal consequences on much of the coastline of the entire country. An example of this is the Catalan coast, which has suffered from Storm Nelson with all its force.

Arús and his colleagues have commented on some images of Arenys de Mar in which you can see how the rain and strong waves have destroyed the beach that surrounds a beach bar, which is why the City Council now has to remove many palm trees, fix the area and fill it with sand.

While Marc Redondo gave his opinion and made it clear that it is something that will happen again because a beach bar should not have been built in an area dominated by the sea, the presenter of the program has taken a step forward and has defended that the damage be fixed. : ''It will happen again, yes, but maybe it won't happen between April and September and we'll save the summer. Man, a town that lives off tourism, that has magnificent beaches... cannot present this aspect.''

Although the storm has had devastating consequences for some geographical areas of the territory, it has also benefited many others. As the program has published, different communities have benefited from the rains.

An example of this is the reservoirs of Andalusia, which have been filled to 40% of their capacity, a figure that was unthinkable a few months ago. Thanks to the water collected, some extraordinary measures previously applied such as nighttime water cuts or lower tap pressure will be avoided.