Published in 24 de January de 2020
The medieval canal was presented at the FITUR fair by the Ministry of Agriculture’s program Caminos Naturales
This Friday, the medieval canal de la Sèquia, and the Parc de la Sèquia, as the entity that manages the tourist and educational part, was presented at the FITUR fair in Madrid.
The presentation was given by Laia Muns, director of the Aigües de Manresa – Junta de la Sèquia Foundation, whose trade name is Parc de la Sèquia, and Eudald Serra, the director of the Museum of the Technique of Manresa.
The presentation took place within the stand of Caminos Naturales, a program of the Ministry of Agriculture, which is part of the Sèquia and which works to bring the population closer to the natural environment, promoting knowledge of nature. and landscapes, as well as rural development.
The FITUR trade fair receives more than 142,642 professionals and 110,848 general visitors each year, and is considered a global meeting place for tourism professionals, as well as the leading fair for the receiving and transmitting markets of Latin America.