volontariato internazionale, antirazzismo, pace, diritti
Number of volunteers:4
The volunteers are asked to help on the excavation ground of the fortress with building work, repairing and painting walls, carrying stones or cleaning. Other tasks can be removing of bushes or documentation of your work. Furthermore, there are restoration works and embellishments in the village and the nearby hiking trails in the Thuringian forest. It is possible that you will be asked to help on another excavation place to do punctured excavations (1m x 1m) and filter the finds. Please be prepared for any work outside.
BurgVerein Weisbach e.V. http://www.wysburg.de/
Area: Weisbach is a very small village in the mountains of Thüringen, not far from Saalfeld and surrounded by beautiful countryside with mountains, green valleys, forests and meadows. A fortress was built on a hill near the village in the 11th century but it was destroyed during the following century. It has become overgrown with trees and bushes since then. Systematic excavations began in 1984. Please be prepared to live and work in a very remote area! www.weisbach.info/bilder/bilder-von-weisbach Leisure Time: If you are interested in history, you will have the chance to learn a lot about the region and the fortress. You can travel to Weimar, which was the well known workplace of the poets Goethe and Schiller. You will be able to find out more about history and perhaps visit the former concentration camp Buchenwald. It will also be possible to go to a nearby castle called „Schloss Burg“. Perhaps you will get to see the concert of the world famous organ „Silbermannorgel“. You could go for a boat trip on the river Saale or just enjoy the natural environment while walking around the area. Please be aware that you will be in a very rural area from where it is quite difficult to get away (for shopping etc.), but there are very nice people in the village who are interested in meeting you.
Accommodation: You will live in a community house in the village, with toilet and shower facilities provided. All bed linen is provided. Food: The locals will prepare lunch. Breakfast and evening meals will be prepared by the volunteers in a small kitchen. So please bring recipes and special ingredients with you for cooking and to present meals from your country.
Please be fully vaccinated (2 to 3 shots of one of the following vaccines: BioNtech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson) or recovered (date of infection must be min. 28 days old and max. 90 days old).
Where:Muxika, Bizkaia, Basque Country
Number of volunteers:16
For centuries there have been paths used by locals and merchants that connected the different neighbourhoods of Muxika and linked the Spanish central plateau with the coast. But what has become of these historic paths? Where are they? The objective of the project is to recover the old paths and tracks and use them to connect the different neighbourhoods of this large municipality. This year the focus will be on the recovery of the old Maume road and its surroundings, and volunteers will participate in the adaptation and enhancement of heritage sites such as the Ólea forge, the Goikoetxe farmhouse and the San Lorenzo hermitage, in addition to the forests of the area, and will be supported in these tasks by technical personnel. It is intended to create an exhibition with the different materials found. In this camp, special emphasis is placed on local products and highlighting the importance of the rural environment.
This workcamp is organized by Muxika ´s town council and Basque Government. Muxika is a rural town in Bizkaia, with a rich heritage. One of its objectives is the promotion of culture and heritage.
All the complementary activities will be carried out in the afternoons and at weekends, with the participation of everyone in the group. The team of facilitators will propose activities that promote relationships between all the participants and the community that hosts the camp. Recreational, cultural (visits to the coast and cities, excursions) and sports activities (hiking, etc.) will be carried out. For instance: • Visiting cities like Bilbao and Gernika. • Hikking in Urdaibai. • Playing typical Basque sports.
Volunteers will be hosted in the Hostel of Gorozika, in Muxika. The hostel has bunk beds and equipped bathrooms. The meals will be served at the hostel and, appart from the excursion days, volunteers will have breakfast, lunch and dinner at the canteen of the hostel.
Muxikako Udala/Townhall Kurtzero, 20 48392 Ugarte - Muxika Biscay Muxika Train Station (Muxika) The workcamp manager will contact the participant in order to indicate how to arrive and to help the participants in the travel information.
Where:Ginestarre, Esterri de Cardós i la Vall de Boí, Pallars Sobirà and Alta Ribagorça.
Number of volunteers:15
Some technical tasks will carry out in the framework of the LIFE Resque AlPyr Project the technical support of the Sorelló staff. Its objective is the restoration of mountain lakes, recovering their natural state. Control tasks will be carried out with technicians from the Sorellona Association. The tasks are described below: - Aquatic fauna sampling: fish, amphibians and reptiles. The participants will learn to identify the aquatic fauna, they will describe her physiologic characteristics and they will recognise her value. - Restore an others mountain habitats
Associació La Sorellona is a non-profit organization. Its objective is to promote appreciation and respect for the natural environment, both among our fellow citizens as a whole and especially among the younger population. In accordance with this, its central area of action is environmental education, education in leisure in nature, environmental volunteering and environmental awareness campaigns, in the field of biodiversity. The organized activities are led by professionals from various fields of action, such as educators, naturalists or biologists, technicians in environmental volunteering, among others. One of the lines of action of Sorellona since its inception has been the participation of work camps for the monitoring of biodiversity, in order to give value to the natural heritage of Catalonia and to bring the young participants closer to the most common techniques of the study of biodiversity. In addition to developing an educational task, Sorellona is dedicated to making custody agreements for the management and intervention of ponds. It develops scientific studies and actions for the improvement of continental aquatic ecology. Partner of the NextGeneration GiroNat project, which develops tasks for the renaturation of the blue infrastructure of the city of Girona, among other actions. In addition to developing an educational task, La Sorellona is dedicated to making custody agreements for the management and intervention of ponds and also participates as a partner member of the LIFE ResqueAlPyr project, which carries out tasks to eliminate invasive species in high mountain lakes. The 2Alt Pirineu Natural Park" is ceding the use of Casa Bringué, a Park facility, where the participants will have their base during the first week. The National Park of Aigüestortes and Estany de Sant Maurici transfers the use of the house of Sant Esperit in the Vall de Boí, an installation within the Park, where the participants will have their base during the second week of the work fields
Complementary activities can be classified according to their objectives: Nature workshops: - Biodiversity marathon; for 3 hours the participants will have to discover the environment. - Identification of different plant species and animal tracks. - Construction of canteens; a feeder so that the participants can take it and hang it in an area near their home, so that they can continue with the hobby of observing nature. - "Field notebook" workshop: to introduce the naturalist world, a field notebook will be created to record and draw the day's observations. Games and dynamics. Assemblies: they are a very important space for each young person to express their feelings and concerns without being judged, and it allows the team of educators to identify conflicts and resolve them. Discovery of the environment: a short weekend trip will be made to discover the surroundings and the villages of the Valley. Take advantage of the approach path to the technical works to discover the natural sites of the Pyrenees. In the afternoons with free time available, activities will be held to strengthen the group's personal relationships and knowledge of the nearby environment.
The volunteers will stay in 2 differents places: the "Casa Bringué", Ginestarre, and the "Xalet de l’Esperit", both shelters in the "Parc Nacional d’Aigüestortes i l’Estany de Sant Maurici". The Associació la Sorellona provides the participants a place with beds, toilets, showers and a space to cook. The menu will be omnivorous. For a special diet will be necessary to inform previously (allergies, intolerances, vegetarianism, etc.)
The meeting point will be in the center square of Ginestarre, on 17th of July at 16h. With public transport you can take a regular bus from Barcelona to Llavorsí, with the Alsa company that makes the route. https://www.alsa.es/ca/ruta/barcelona-esterri-daneu By car: it’s necessary arrive to Sort by N-260. Then, from Sort take C-13 to Llarvorsí, after L-504 to La Vall de Cardós. Then turn towards Arrós de Cardós and then Esterri de Cardós, there we will find Ginestarre signposted.
Number of volunteers:14
Restoration of the Tío Juanete corral, recovery of the Malviaje fountain and maintenance of landscapes of the Chera – Sot de Chera Natural Park.
Institut Valencià de la Joventut and Chera Municipality
Chera is a municipality in the Comunitat Valenciana, in the province of Valencia, in the Requena-Utiel region. It is located 17 km from Requena, in the interior of the province of Valencia, and less than an hour from Valencia capital. Immersed in an enveloping tranquility and stillness, the town is located inside a huge tectonic trench formed sixty-five million years ago and surrounded by steep peaks up to 1,176 m high. Its economy is fundamentally based on rural tourism and mountain agriculture, where the cultivation of almond and olive trees stands out. It is the seat of the Chera-Sot de Chera Natural Park, also the first geological park in the Valencian Community and one of the three existing in Spain.
Hostel FIDEL GARCÍA GUZMÁN, in La Fuente 58 street, Chera, Valencia
Number of volunteers:11
You will participate in the restoration of a watermill on the banks of the Couze river. Once built by men to use the energy offered by the river, those watermills are now in ruins. In this way you will participate in their restoration and their valorisation to preserve the History written by men of olden times. You will have to remove the vegetation and clear the sides of the watermill. Then you will take part in the strengthening of the dry masonry walls of the watermills. You will be accompanied by a technical supervisor and local volunteers. They will be happy to share with you their skills and the history of this place dear to them. This project will be the opportunity for you to discover the particularities of the cultural patrimony renovation and dry masonry. Also, through contact with the inhabitants and other volunteers you will develop your communication, listening, adaptation, responsiveness and mutual aid skills. You will work 4 to 5 hours a day.
Besse-et-Saint-Anastaise is a 1500 inhabitants village on the edge of the volcanic lake Pavin. The town is located at the heart of Auvergne s volcans, on the Sancy massif. Known for its ski resort Super Besse , the village attracts numerous visitors in both winter and summer. Besse-et-Saint-Anastaise has on its domain several watermills in ruins alongside the Couze Pavin river. In order to protect its patrimony and to offer its residents a hiking place both natural and cultural, Besse-et-Saint-Anastaise s city hall, for the fourth time, asks with a lot of enthusiasm for an international youth camp to join this project.
Located 50 km to the south of Clermont-Ferrand, Besse-et-Saint-Anastaise is a village which obtained the certification label Little Towns with Character for its atypical living environment and its rich patrimony. By walking around the narrow cobblestone streets, you will be able to visit the Saint-Andre Church, The Bailiff Castle and admire the beautiful houses built with lava stones and red shutters like the old Broglie Hospital. Built on an ancient lava flow and close to the national natural reserve of Chaudefour valley, you will also have the opportunity to increase your geological knowledge thanks to many hiking paths. The town center website will help you organize your excursions.
The town center will provide small chalets with bunk beds and a single bed. You will be able to use the showers and the sanitary located a few meters away from the chalets. A kitchen area will be installed under a tent. Each volunteer will be asked to take an active part in the group s life: meals preparation, dish washing, cleaning the sanitary, the facility and its premises.
A good physical condition is necessary for this work camp. In the context of group life, skills such as listening, respect, tolerance and open-mindedness will be necessary.
Chantier ouvert aux Francais a partir de 17 ans
Number of volunteers:15
The main task of the volunteers will be cleaning the river bed that has been filled with trash for so many years. Also, there may be other works to support the local community, such as supporting the local events, making promotion etc. The river bed can be quite dangerous as there are slippery rocks. Volunteers should bring shoes to wear in the water or working boots.
De Amicitia is a Spanish NGO registered since 1998 and its objective is to protect the environment and promote sustainable development through volunteering work. We are active all over Spain by hosting international workcamps, in close cooperation with local partners, town halls and associations, but also function as a sending organization for Spanish volunteers. De Amicitia’s goal is to enforce non-formal education, support people with fewer opportunities, and help to preserve, protect, and support nature and rural communities.
Pola de Somiedo is the capital of the council of Somiedo. It also has the category of the parish, along with fourteen more parish entities that make up the council in its entirety. The council of Somiedo is located in the Principality of Asturias, in its southern area, bordering territories such as Cangas del Narcea or León. Pola de Somiedo is in turn made up of three population centres, Castro, Pineda and Pola de Somiedo itself, over which around 255 inhabitants are distributed. The environmental quality of Somiedo is evidenced by the fact that it has been a Natural Park since 1988 (the first in Asturias), and that UNESCO declared it a Biosphere Reserve in 2000.
Basic municipal school with bunk beds. There is a fully equipped kitchen for the use of the volunteers and also bathrooms and showers. Sleeping bag is required.
Where:The Municipality of Vilariño de Conso is located in the southeast of the province of Ourense, at the foot of the A Queixa and O Invernadeiro mountains, and it is in the surroundings of the Parque Natural do Invernadoiro that this work camp is planned.
Number of volunteers:4
The work proposal is aimed at the conservation of the environment, dissemination and enhancement of ethnographic and heritage resources of which there is a broad representation in the town hall. The participants will obtain an experiential experience acting in the recovery of the ethnographic resources of the area, as well as learning about the traditions from the hand of the neighbors who have been transmitting them orally for generations. In the glacier, cleaning and conditioning work will be carried out on the hiking trails, the renovation of signage and the signposting of the trails, as well as the work of disseminating the importance of this glacier.
The General Directorate of Youth, Participation and Volunteering (www.xuventude.xunta.es) is a department of the Xunta de Galicia (www.xunta.gal) whose priority is to meet the needs and concerns of the young population living in Galicia, firmly believing that youth has much to contribute to society as a whole. We work to improve the quality of life of young people in our autonomous community, developing actions and programs that benefit them, increase their well-being and allow them to improve their skill.
As leisure activities, the following are scheduled: - Bread workshop. It will be carried out in one of the rehabilitated kilns of this Council, located in the village of Castiñeira. Everyone will participate in the batch and it will be our lunch that day. - Pyrography engraving workshop. Taking advantage of the fact that it is a municipality with an important activity wood, a workshop will be held to engrave the most important character of the carnival of Vilariño de Conso, the Boteiro. - Adventure activities: Canoeing, rappel, orienteering, hiking and MTB trails. - Visit to a craftswoman who works with linen. - Visit the museum and workshop and get to know the gastronomy of the place. - Visit to the Valdeorras wine-growing area. - Visit or astronomical center of Trevinca in the municipality of A Veiga.
Vilariño de Conso hostel. Address: A Faceira, s/n. The hostel has 50 places in quadruple rooms with bunk beds and bathrooms individual each room. There is a kitchen and dining room. It has multipurpose rooms and laundry. The outdoor facilities consist of river beach, football field, tennis court.
Vilariño de Conso hostel. Address: A Faceira, s/n. Alternatively, a meeting point is established at the A Gudiña train and bus station (a town located 24km from Vilariño de Conso).
The incorporation to the work camp is in the afternoon of the first day and the departure the last day after breakfast. It is advisable to bring: • Sleeping bag and mat. • Swimsuit, slippers and bath and shower towel. • Sun hat and sunscreen. • Small backpack for routes. • Comfortable and waterproof footwear. • Warm clothing. • Rain gear. • Work clothing and footwear.
Where:Pola de Somiedo, Asturias
Number of volunteers:16
The task of the volunteers will be cleaning the river path of Somiedo. The river of Somiedo is a 22 km natural area and it has several arms goes into the small towns around. This river is the principal hydraulic energy source of the area. Unfortunately in the last years there have been lots of environmental problems showed up in the area. Increase in plastic waste and trashes in the river and also the invasive plants that are growing uncontrollably causing a huge problem in the area. The main task of the volunteers will be cleaning the river bed that has been filled with trash for so many years. Also, there may be other works to support the local community, such as supporting the local events, making promotion etc. The river bed can be quite dangerous as there are slippery rocks. Volunteers should bring shoes to wear in the water or working boots.
The local partner of this project is the town hall of Somiedo
Somiedo (in Asturian, Somiedu) is a council of the autonomous community of the Principality of Asturias. It limits to the north with Belmonte de Miranda, to the east with Teverga, to the west with Tineo and Cangas del Narcea and to the south with the province of León. It is the second municipality with the lowest population density. The entire council is part of the Somiedo Natural Park, having been declared a Biosphere Reserve. There are so many lakes and paths for hiking around where the volunteers can organise it together with their camp leaders. Unfortunately the are is not very well connected in terms of local transportation.
Basic municipal school with bunk beds. There will be two big rooms for the use of the volunteers. There is a fully equipped kitchen for the use of the volunteers and also bathrooms and showers. There is no sheets or pillow covers. Sleeping bag is required.
We will meet the group at the bus stop of Pola de Somiedo at 19:00 in the first day of the camp. We will provide you information how to reach to the meeting point from Oviedo. You are free to book your travel to Oviedo by plane, train or bus as long as you keep all the travel documents with your name on it. Please keep in mind that there is only one bus to Somiedo each day. If you arrive later and miss the bus, you may have to spend the night in Oviedo. De Amicitia is not responsable for the extra accommodation costs. The departure day, please do not book ticket early as there aren't so many buses to reach to Oviedo early in the morning.
ESC volunteering Teams Project This is an ESC project, supported by the European Solidarity Corps program of the European Commission. This means that this project has a special travel grant and an economical support for the volunteers. This project is open to 18-30 year old participants from EU countries. In order to receive the travel reimbursement and the pocket money, you must join to the whole activity, collect and send us all the travel invoices and fill the report that we will send just after the project. The volunteers must be register to EU PASS and accept the offer sent by us, once they are accepted to the project.
Number of volunteers:15
The main purpose of this environmental work camp is to perform the tasks to conserve the space around the river creek Camanegre. The participants will be involved in the cleaning and monitoring activities. It will be an unique opportunity for participants to observe the aquatic fauna of the creek and touch the incredible nature of the area. The different technical tasks that volunteers will carry on will be: - Improvement of forest and river habitats: participants will support various tasks such as the eradication of allochthonous plants, vegetation of riverbanks and other areas, conditioning of areas of interest, irrigation in summer, etc. - Biodiversity monitoring: whenever possible, participants will monitor certain groups of fauna of scientific interest, such as turtles, macroinvertebrates, butterflies, birds and mammals.
The environmental association La Sínia was born in 1997 with the main purpose of offering services and activities related to promoting conservation and restoration knowledge about natural, cultural and historical heritage of the Baix Gaià territory. In 2009 they started to manage the river zone of Gaià and its surroundings. Their tasks as an association are: 1. Restoration and conservation of river zones. 2. Study and recuperation of its biodiversity. 3. Promoting environmental volunteering though many activities they organize monthly. The association is formed by a multidisciplinary and experimented team in environmental education, leisure in the nature and conservation of the territory and biodiversity.
Altafulla is a municipality of medieval origin in the province of Tarragona, Catalonia. Nestled on the southeastern slope of a mountain of 52 meters high, along the Mediterranean coast, belongs to the region of Tarragonès and is framed in the natural and historical supra-regional area of Camp de Tarragona and the sub-region of Baix Gaià. Although written documentation places its beginnings in the eleventh century, when the river was the border between the Catalan counties and the kingdom of Al-Andalus, archaeological excavations indicate that the origins of the fortification date back to the Muslim period or even earlier. On the coast is one of the last forests that extend along the sea in Catalonia, part of which is a small nature reserve (under the Special Plan for Environmental Protection and Landscape Tamarit-Punta de la Móra). Also on the coast, it is home to the remains of the Roman Villa of Els Munts, which is part of a larger ensemble declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Gaià river "flows" into the sea, its last stretch being a small nature reserve and refuge for songbirds (Reserva Natural de Fauna Salvatge de la Desembocadura del Gaià), although due to the reservoirs upstream, it carries very little water in this last stretch, forming a small marsh separated from the sea by a sand bar. This wildlife reserve is managed by L'Hort de la Sínia, a center for ecological agriculture, learning and activities. During the afternoons, volunteers will participate in complementary and leisure time activities: workshops, fauna observation, excursions, debates and other activities that will be prepared between all the volunteers. There will be the option to organize extra activities with extra cost depending on what the volunteers want to do. For example, an excursion to Port Aventura World Park.
The stay will take place in the facilities of the public school of the municipality of Catllar, "Institut Escola l'Agulla". The participants of the camp will have at their disposal the gym, an area where the base camp will be set up. The school is located in the upper part of the municipality, close to the town center and the technical works area. In the gym there will be a rest area for mats and luggage. The area will not be separated by walls and there will be no gender distinctions in terms of layout. - Changing rooms and toilets are indoors and are separated by gender. Hot water is available. - Still not sure if WiFi will be available. - Heating: even though it is quite hot we recommend to bring at least a change of long trousers and a long sleeved t-shirt. - Food: lunches and dinners will be catered. An area with a fridge and tables will be set up to store breakfast and snacks, and volunteers are not required to cook. If any person requires a specific diet, such as celiac or vegan, they must specify it at the time of registration.
The meeting point will be located in the parking lot of the school La Portalada in Altafulla at 16:00 on July 19th, 2023. How to arrive to the city center of Barcelona (Catalunya square), from the airport: By train: there is a train that goes from the airport to some stations in Barcelona: “Passeig de Gràcia” (if you go to Plaça Catalunya you can stop in this station and go walking to Catalunya square), “Sants Estació” (it is a big station; if you have to take another train this should be a good option) and other stations. By bus: you can take the bus called Aerobus. In front of the terminal you’ll see the bus stop. It is around 5€ one way, and it leaves you in Plaça Catalunya, central square of Barcelona. (It’s called Aerobus because it comes from, and goes to, the airport, not because it flies.) The price is 5,95 and you have to pay it directly to the drive, and they don’t accept more than 20 euros to give change. TAXI: It will cost you around 30 € (baggage included; they will charge you about 3 € in the final account as baggage transport). You’ll be kind of 20 minutes in the taxi. Once you are in Plaça Catalunya (Barcleona city center): → Train from Barcelona to Tarragona: http://www.renfe.com/ → Bus from Barcelona to Tarragona: http://www.empresaplana.cat/descargas By car: take exit 32 (Torredembarra/Altafulla) on the AP-7 motorway. Follow the T-214 and Carrer Marqués de Tamarit/N-340 towards Altafulla.
Number of volunteers:25
. Removal and cleaning of existing vegetation, both inside and outside as well as on the perimeter of the archaeological structures . Manual cleaning and scraping building elements (walls, floors, etc.), in order to remove harmful vegetation that may damage architectural elements. All archaeological objects found will be collected, documented and stored for further study. . Implementing archaeological methodology to excavate certain structures, strictly recording the stratigraphy of deposition levels and the construction units that may be present in the subsoil. During this process, all archaeological material will be collected. An archaeological sounding is also planned. . Recording all the archaeological materials collected, for further research and subsequent storage in the Museo Arqueológico Regional de la Comunidad de Madrid (Regional Archaeological Museum in Madrid Region), as regulatory required.
General Directorate of Youth in collaboration with the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage of the Government of the Community of Madrid. Come to our camp if you feel that… Thanks to Archaeology we can discover, study and understand the remains of our cultural ancestors. No previous experience is required to participate in The paper trail camp, as you will work with an archaeologist and a historian. This volunteer camp will take place at the foot of the mountain, in the Paular Valley. This valley has been historically linked to Los Batanes estate as an industrial development model linked to sustainable use of resources, such as the use of different hydraulic devices to harness water power. Don Quixote was first edited with galley proofs coming from Los Batanes. Preferably, students of Archaeoloy, Architecture, Restoration, Art History. Some reasons to participate in our camp In The paper trail camp, the participants will carry out various specific archaeological tasks at different locations, to discover archaeological remains, based on previous research. During 15 days, you will enjoy very special holidays, and will meet people from other regions and countries.
Rascafría, together with Oteruelo del Valle, is located in the Alto del Lozoya Valley, in the northwestern part of the Community of Madrid, in the Sierra de Guadarrama, a place of extraordinary beauty declared a National Park in 2013. Historically, the Paular Valley has been linked to the Batanes Estate as an industrial development model linked to sustainable use of resources, such as the use of different hydraulic devices to harness water power. This year, the proposed actions are a continuation of those of previous workcamps, and are intended to add value to the remains of these infrastructures as well as other conservation measures. In the volunteer camp, not everything is work, and you will have the opportunity to enjoy leisure and free time activities: • Visit to the historic center and other tourist attractions in Madrid, such as Plaza España, Gran Vía and El Retiro Park. Visit to the Museo Arqueológico Regional. • Excursion to Alcalá de Henares and visit to the archaeological site of Complutum. • Visit to the Monastery of Santa María del Paular. • Sports activities: mountain biking and interpretive hiking tours. • Workshops on orientation in nature, collaborative games, archery, swimming, etc.
Los Batanes Youth Hostel Ctra. de Cotos, s/n. Finca los Batanes 28740 Rascafría. Madrid The food will be made at the hostel and will consist of breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a mid-morning snack https://www.comunidad.madrid/centros/albergue-juvenil-batanes
Required documents - ID card - European health card or other medical insurance if available.
Start: 20-July from 6:00 pm at “Los Batanes” hostel From Madrid city to Rascafría: By public bus at the Plaza de Castilla transport exchanger. (Metro Plaza Castilla, lines 1, 9 and 10).Company: Continental Auto. Take bus line 194 Madrid-Rascafría. Bus schedule: Monday to Friday at 10:00 h, 14:00 h and 18.00 h; Saturday at 8.00 h and 18.00 h. Sunday at 8:00 h and 15:00 h.If you miss bus line 194, you may take bus line 191 to Lozoyuela, and then take bus line 194 A from Lozoyuela to Rascafría. This bus line also stops at Monasterio Santa María de El Paular.
Things to Bring Clothes to work: Sturdy boots, gloves, long-sleeve T-shirts, long pants to prevent mosquito bites, a cap, sunscreen. Outerwear and rainwear, swimsuit, mosquito repellent, a torch, towel and cleaning supplies. No need to bring a sleeping bag. There are bed sheets at the hostel. A day at the volunteer camp (Schedule) In general, the technical tasks of the camp will be carried out in the morning, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. In the afternoon there will be leisure and free time activities: swimming pool, workshops, sports, etc. Generic Schedule: - 08:00 – Good morning - 08:30 – Breakfast - 09:00 – Technical work - 11:00 – Half hour break to eat a snack - 11:30 – 13:30: Technical work and collecting materials - 14:00 – Lunch - 15:00 – Rest break - 17:00 – Leisure and free time activities - 20:30 – Dinner - 21:30 – Night activities - 23:45 – Good night Insurance The managing entity of the volunteer camp has civil liability and accident insurance. Start
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