Until September 15, participants must fill in a passport in which they have to depict every location visited.
A new pastime promoted by Águas do Algarve challenges young people to discover the region’s natural treasures with a “Water Passport”, announced the company.
As part of the “Water Challenge – Savings Without Borders” project, this pastime aims to commemorate World Nature Conservation Day.
The pastime invites young people to visit places such as Praia de Vale do Lobo, Praia de Cacela Velha, Praia de Faro, the Natural Park of Ria Formosa, Praia da Ilha de Tavira, Praia de Benagil, Praia da Marinha or Lagoa dos Salgados, Praia do Camilo or Praia do Carvoeiro.
When participants visit these locations, they must bring their passports with them, in which they must draw, take a picture and reflect on the natural appearance of the place.
The best passports will win tickets to water parks and beach kits.