Walking between pirates and Romans

Walking between pirates and Romans

Last Sunday morning saw a rather different cultural activity take place in Pilar de la Horadada as more than 80 people enjoyed an educational activity with the students of the T’Avalem Project, a scheme designed to help young people who are out of work.

The route started at el Puente del Beso with a stop at la Avenida Camino José Cela, at la Fuente de las Chicas, where the participants were told about the history of the fountain in a rather entertaining way. The group then continued towards the beach in the direction of Torre Vigía and Las Canteras Romanas.

The councillors of Women and Equality, Tourism and Culture, Mayte Valero, Pilar María Samper, and Trinidad Escarabajal, all accompanied the group throughout morning together with the Local Police, Civil Protection and the Ambumar Sya ambulance service that provided support to all participants.

The educational project, “We tell you the story of Pilar de la Horadada” and “Relive the story”, was concluded on 8th April with thanks to the T’Avalem students and the Department of Tourism.