Free boat trips on the Mar Menor
A pleasant boat trip on the Mar Menor to leave the problems that the pandemic is tormenting on the shore and enjoy the relaxing sound of the sea for an hour and a half is the latest initiative of the Los Alcázares City Council to encourage tourism and the economy local. And it adds a greater incentive: it is free.
'Free boat trips through the Mar Menor' is a pioneering project in the municipality that is included within the activities that the Department of Tourism and Beaches is organizing in Los Alcázares to "break with seasonality" and be able to know beyond summer the "gastronomy, the Mar Menor, the Aeronautical Museum, the urban art routes" of the riverside town, "in an unbeatable environment", said the mayor of the municipality, Mario Pérez Cervera, yesterday at the presentation at the La Pescadería pier.
Once a month, until Easter, 60 people, upon registration at www.murciaturistica.es, will be able to get on board this two-story tourist boat and immerse themselves "not only in a tourist route, but also cultural and educational" Cervera explains, as the captain acts as a guide and explains to the passengers the history of the Mar Menor and its islands on the way out, and, after going around Perdiguera Island and positioning the bow facing Los Alcázares, he begins with the story Township.
The routes are scheduled throughout the winter and will be on Sundays, one a month, at eleven in the morning with a duration of an hour and a half. However, the first will be on Saturday, October 31 and the next dates are about to close. One person can make up to 15 registrations
SOURCE: La Opinión de Murcia