ALFAZ is taking part in a course organised by the Generalitat’s Education, Investigation, Culture and Sport (CEFIRE) department.
Several municipalities are collaborating with CEFIRE course, which is entitled The Marina Baja heritage as an educational resource and continues until November 9.
Visits to locations that are outstanding for the way their historic and natural heritage is managed are included in the course, and the group will be visiting Albir and Alfaz this Saturday, October 27.
Participants in the course will be taken to the Villa Romana open-air museum in Albir, the Sierra Helada national park, the Albir Lighthouse, the 17th century Moli de Manec water mill and the Outstanding Trees route.
The course is aimed to introduce the region’s teachers to the Marina Baja’s heritage and at the same time provide the basis for excursions so that pupils can appreciate and learn about their surroundings.
For some years now, Alfaz town hall has been furthering the conservation and promotion of its heritage with the Villa Romana museum, informal museum in the still-functioning Lighthouse, the Escoles Velles Cultural Centre in what was once the village school and the Carabineros Environmental Education Centre in the former Coastguards headquarters.
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