Increasingly we seek to provide travel experiences, beyond visiting a particular location, and if we can include children in these experiences, the better. And to offer experiences is what they do in Action, at Rural and Environmental Education Center, that you may already sound, as it was one of the contributors to our raffle last October Anniversary.

Located in the Valencian town of Alborache, Actio has unrivaled facilities that are divided into:

HOSTEL: It is a modern ecological and bioclimatic building whose construction has followed strict sustainability criteria. Has ability to provide service and lodging for 100 people. Downstairs is the kitchen, the dining room for 130 diners, a living room and meetings, the toy library and reception. On the first floor the bedrooms 4, 8 and 12 sleeps, and in the basement a large multipurpose room.

CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT: It is a rustic building designed as a learning space to discover and investigate the environment of the area. It has four themed classrooms provided experimental setups, graphic panels, audiovisual aids, etc..

HOUSE Ethnographic Museum: It is a small rural building that wants to be a constructive replica of a traditional house of the region dry and houses an exhibition of ancient artifacts, rural implements, Apparel graphics and documents on the county Alborache.

MIND ALSO WITH THE SITE: A playground, Pool, the climbing wall, the sports area, nurseries and forest area, the creek and pond, etc..

Besides being able to enjoy these facilities every weekend, offer many educational activities organized as the next New Year's Eve, Days celebrations on January Tree, Weekends or Astronomy or Popular and Traditional Games in February. You can click here for details of these and other activities for the rest of the year.

In its web page You can check rates, news and promotions, and are sure to find your next plan for this year with your children for much less money than you think. And let Actio take care of everything!

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