Tenancy agreements for buildings in the service area will inherently carry the right of use of the access roads and the common areas of the marina and of all networks and channels, water mains, electric mains, telephone, security television etc…
The tenants of buildings included in the service area are required to pay the charges fixed and applying at the time.
For the proper use and enjoyment by the tenants of buildings in the service area, the rules laid down in the following articles have been promulgated taking notice of any special arrangements made with the users which do not contradict the current rules.

Tenants, the general public, users of buildings, visitors to the port will not engage in activities which are immoral, nuisance, dangerous, unhealthy, noisy or anything else which can be considered to cause danger to the estate and which have not be expressly authorized by the management of the marina
They will not :
a) Change the arrangement of openings or windows or obstruct the terraces.
b) Change communal staircases or create new openings in the respective property.
c) Modify the structure in such a way as to affect the integrity and safety of public parts of the building.
d) Carry out work, which will alter the facade of the building.
e) Introduce anything which changes the external structure of the building.
In the same way they cannot display external awnings or curtains in any design type or color which have not been authorized by the management or paint to their own designs the outside so as not to harmonize with the general pattern. Specialist cleaners as directed by the management will carry out any cleaning of the facade.
f) Hang up any clothes or fabric of any kind which can be seen from the outside.
g) Carry out installations which obstructs the view of others.
h) Display signs or adverts visible from the exterior.
i) Obstruct even temporarily the land surrounding the building, pavements, cloisters, terraces, gardens, traffic circulation or the ground floor of any building.
j) Drive a vehicle at more than 20 kph. nor drive motor cycles or scooters which produce a noise level greater than 35 dB.
K) Tip or dump rubbish anywhere except in the designated places.
I) Wash vehicle or other equipment in the service area.
In general all commercial activities must have the approval of the management.


The owners administrator can delegate to the manager, the policing with the object of maintaining good order and observation of rules.


The concessionaire will have the ability to allocate to a site or sites and including a third party who is not a tenant, the commercial or industrial use of the cloisters and terraces so that they will be the only persons allowed to place tables, chairs etc. upon them. It will be understood that public place thus occupied have been designated as a special communal areas.
In those cases where the differentiation between sidewalks and areas for commercial use is not clearly marked by the building it is intended that a strip of land 1 and 1/2 metres wide from the edge of the highway shall be designated sidewalk.
Equally the concessionaire reserves the right to allocate or explore the commercial use of the terraces and parking sites according to the conditions laid down in the proceeding paragraphs.
The pavements cannot be commercially exploited and will be dedicated to the free passage of pedestrians without charge.


The management can forbid or limit vehicular traffic at certain times of the year and in areas specified as service areas. These limits or prohibitions may be permanent or temporary and the timing will be announced and in any case previously submitted to the Delegación Provincial de la Consejeria de Obras Públicas y Transportes.


Any vehicle, boat or trailer occupying space designated for special use will be liable to pay the charges, which would apply to that area.
These charges will apply to vehicles, boats or anything else left on the terraces and will be levied according the area overall area occupied.