Vigo. Ph. + 34 986 373 411 (www.vigobus.com)
Ourense. Ph. + 34 988 216 027
Ferrol. Ph. + 34 981 324 751
RENFE (www.renfe.es) Ph. + 34 902 240 202
FEVE (www.feve.es) Ph. + 34 981 370 401
MEETING POINT.- The first day after 16:00 h. in the School
(C.E.I.P.) of Carnota, besides the Council building.
LANGUAGES SPOKEN.- English and spanish.
THINGS TO BRING.- Personal cleanliness items, sleeping bag and a
little backpack for routes, shoes for mountain, warm clothes,
waterproof clothes, working clothes, sport clothes, sport shoes
and swimming costumes, sork gloves, solar protection and a cap,
international sanitary card for the EU volunteers.
INSURANCE.- All the participants have an insurance that covers
the accidents that could happen during the activity and the civil
responsibility that could also be derived from them.
CONTACTS.- School (CEIP) of Carnota. Tel. + 34 981 760 716 (only
available during the activity)
Organization (INSULAE) Ph. Tel. +34 881 926 199
G. D of Youth. Ph. +34 981 544 838 e 881 999 025
Youth Service (A Coruсa). Ph. +34 982 294 224
www.xuventude.net. This is the portal for youth information in
Galicia (D. X. de Xuventude e Solidariedade. Xunta de Galicia)
with all the information about workcamps in Galicia, leisure,
tourism, youth activities…
www.santiagoturismo.com. Information about Santiago de Compostela
town, transports, access…
www.coruna.es. Information about A Coruсa town, transports,
www.mardelira.net. Lira’s fishermen site with information about
maritime tourism, routes, activities…
www.xacobeo.es. Official site about Pilgrim’s way to Santiago and
www.turgalicia.es. Official portal with touristic information
www.alsa.es. Site with information about transport from other
towns and cities of Spain.