By Francisco Cortez

The Balearic Government yesterday announced that a series of educational and recreational activities have been planned for the next few days to celebrate today’s World Environment Day.

Palma.—The sites for the celebration will be the natural park of s’ Albufera, the  Tramuntana mountain, Mondrago Natural Park, Son Real’s  public  estate as well as the environmental spaces of Minorca and the Pitiusas’s islands.
S’Albufera’s park bosses confirmed that on Saturday and Sunday mornings there will be a watercolour workshop open  to the public, under the guidance of painter Vicente Sastre.
Those interested in taking part should book in advance via: 971892250.
On the same note, Cabrera  National Park  announced that on Saturday morning, park rangers will offer a series of guided excursions round the park, so those who take part can get to know the natural, historic and ethnological values of the area.
Booking is advisable and can be done via: 630982363. The tour departs from Cabrera’s Information Office.
 On the same day at 9.30 am the Tramuntana Natural park will be hosting a  guided tour entitled “Sa pedra de S’Ase, a secluded location by the Banyalbufar coast”.
The tour will take visitors through a local fisherman’s port and along Font de la Villa’s path.
It will depart  from Torre des Verger’s car park in Banyalbufar.  Booking is essential and can be made via: 971517083.


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