For Tramuntana XXI, the transmission of information about the Serra de Tramuntana is of paramount importance, helping to raise awareness in the community about its amazing natural and cultural value and the challenges it faces in light of the current situation. For this reason, we at Tramuntana XXI organise interpretation, education and training events about various topics.
Some of our activities
We at Tramuntana XXI consider it vitally important to raise awareness in the community about the Serra de Tramuntana and the problems it faces and seek to generate a desire to protect the Serra.
For this reason, we organise monthly meetings in the different villages around the Serra. These events are conceived to create a meeting and discussion space about specific topics, many of which are unknown, about the reality of the Serra de Tramuntana.
These events are called Actes per la Serra [Events for the Serra].
Tramuntana XXI wishes to raise awareness in the community about the value of the Serra de Tramuntana from a comprehensive perspective, taking into account its environmental importance as well as its heritage and historical and social value.
The materials that we have created to help raise awareness in the community about the Serra de Tramuntana include:
- “The Serra de Tramuntana: a world to be discovered. Research maps”, in collaboration with the Balearic Islands Society of Environmental Education.
- “Love the Serra de Tramuntana” brochure, in collaboration with the Government of the Balearic Islands and the Serra de Tramuntana World Heritage Site Consortium.
- “20 facts about the Serra de Tramuntana” graphic series: a Tramuntana XXI initiative to synthesis relevant figures, data and information about the Serra de Tramuntana in an infographic format.
With a view to shining a light on all the heroes who help to preserve the values of the Serra de Tramuntana in their day-to-day activity, we have created a space in which they can talk about their job and their story: Voices of the Serra.
Tramuntana XXI encourages research and the collection of significant and rigorous data and information about the Serra de Tramuntana. This helps to create a baseline that can be used as a reference for all future intervention proposals.
Some of our previous studies include: