Since Michael Douglas's Costa Nord Cultural Centre in Valldemossa opened in April, 2'000 local school children have visited the centre and in the visitors' book one of the teachers has written “if the Serra de Tramuntana could speak, it would thank Michael Douglas for what he has done.” As part of an educational accord reached with the Insular Council of Majorca, 4'000 school children will visit the centre every year and every pupil leaves the centre with a book about the Serra de Tramuntana, its history, its environment and its importance. When Douglas opened the centre earlier this year, he spoke of plans to use it as an educational centre where children can learn about the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range which stretches for 88 kilometres along the Majorcan coast and which Douglas described as “a place of mysteries and myths...with the ever present sea in the background which over the centuries has shaped the character of this land and its people.”


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