Pupils from the Centre Obert take a catamaran trip along the Roses coastline to get to know the marine environament.
The children of the Roses Open Center visited the Port of Roses on May 31, where they took part in a catamaran trip to get to know the Roses coastline. A total of 15 students, accompanied by family members, teachers and social workers from the center, were able to enjoy the experience and get to know Cap de Creus from the sea and its marine environment, through the explanations of the president of Port Roses, Montse Mindan.
The activity is part of the training, information and awareness-raising plan that Port de Roses is carrying out within the framework of the Blue Flag, EMAS and ISO 14001 certificates. This year, the plan has also programmed with the Open Center a training on food waste, given to students last March with the environmental education cooperative La Copa.
Sunday's outing took place aboard one of the Magic Catamarans boats, thanks to the agreement that Port de Roses has signed with the company.