The Mayor of Mojácar opens the Mojácar Outlet Fair

The first edition of the Mojácar Outlet Fair opened its doors on Friday with great success for participation and the turnout of many residents and visitors who did not want to miss out on the attractive offers from the traders at the Outlet set up in the locality’s Multi-Uses Centre.
The Mojácar Mayor, Francisco García Cerdá, had the job of inaugurating the Outlet and he officially cut the ribbon that declared the fair open.
Joined by his government team, Francisco García greeted all the traders taking part in this first edition and gathered their feedback.
The afternoon was bustling with members of the public and the group Los Kaliqueños provided music and joy to an evening that was undoubtedly entertaining and full of opportunities to purchase good items at an unbeatable price.
Visitors were able to choose from among the offers presented by the 15 stalls that took part in the Mojácar Outlet Fair. Among them were many of the locality’s best shops, presenting their products in clothing for men, women and children, toys, beauty products, and many more offers, including art and natural essences.
For the little ones, a space has been set up to draw and enjoy fun games while their parents can visit the stalls with the calm required to choose an item from the wide range on offer.
Entry is free and the fair remains open all day on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 2pm, when it will come to a close.
Purchasers also receive gift vouchers which they can exchange at nearby bars participating in the Outlet Fair. El Habanero, the Senior Citizens Bar, the Duende de la Tapa and the Bar los Cuatro add to this experience by offering a break and a recharging of batteries, which is always welcome.
Mojácar Council, through the Trade Department, is the organiser of this event, which has been well-received by traders and customers.
With this initiative, the Local Authority aims to create an initiative where local businesses can display their products with interesting discounts to encourage purchases and attract local tourism, boosting economic and social activity.