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Conservation Volunteering Project, Spain

2 Weeks+ from

£880
18+
minimum age

  • Help to conserve coastal and wetland environments in Denia & Valenica
  • Volunteer on a variety of coastal and terrestrial conservation projects
  • Improve your Spanish skills whilst working alongside a team of international volunteers
  • Spend your free time exploring the local coastline and enjoying Spanish culture

Useful Information About Spain

Volunteers carrying a boat in ValenciaValencia is the third largest city in Spain and has a subtropical Mediterranean climate with mild winters and long hot summers. Known for its extensive coastline, Valencia is home to diverse ecosystems with unique flora and fauna. A land of contrasts, it is dotted with rivers, forests, hills, mountains, islands and wetlands. The Albufera Natural Park is one of the most emblematic places in Valencia due to its biodiversity and ecological interest. Declared a place of Special Protection by the European Union the park is home to a wide range of wildlife, specifically water, wading and migratory birds. At the heart of the Valencia community and just a short distance from Alicante and Ibiza, is Denia, with stretches of beach and its warm climate, it is a popular tourist destination.

Read more at: www.visitvalencia.com/en/home

Volunteering Schedule & Free Time

Volunteers preparing a meal in Valencia

Volunteers will work from Monday to Friday in the mornings, approximately between 8 am – 1 pm. Depending on the weather conditions and conservation priorities at the time, activities during the week will combine several tasks as stated in the list of projects on the website, although we cannot guarantee you will be involved in all of them. The rest of the day volunteers will have time to relax, go to the beach, join our cultural activities, explore the city, practice sports and go for tapas. Occasionally volunteers are expected to work half days on Saturdays or Sundays, but normally weekends are free to explore the beautiful surrounding area or to travel to other cities like Madrid, Barcelona or Granada.

Conservation Volunteering Project, Spain

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