Nautical at 1 euro in ‘Blue Days’

Young people can enjoy sailing, kayaking, surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing, among other activities in different coastal municipalities

This year’s edition offers a total of 673 places, compared to 478 last year, and Mazarrón also adds to the municipalities that welcomed this initiative in 2017.

The young people of the Region of Murcia will once again have the opportunity to enjoy a great variety of nautical activities during this summer for a single price: only one euro.

This is the ‘Blue Days’ campaign, which this year celebrates its second edition. This initiative is aimed at young people between 14 and 36 years old and who must fulfill the only requirement to have a Youth Card or Youth Card +30.

In this year’s edition, the Community offers a total of 673 seats, compared to the 478 that were offered last year, and is also extended to Mazarrón in addition to Cartagena, Los Alcázares, San Javier, San Pedro del Pinatar as It happened last summer.

The Minister of Education, Youth and Sports, Adela Martínez-Cachá, presented yesterday in Mazarrón this second edition of the initiative. Martínez-Cachá stressed that “our beaches and summer are a wonderful mix to offer young people a natural space of sports, health and leisure, so this year we have expanded this campaign by offering more places and take it to more municipalities.”

The activities
The ‘Blue Days’ campaign will be held every Saturday from July 14 to September 1 in different schools and nautical centers of the Mar Menor and Mazarrón. Young people can do light sailing, kayaking, dragon boat, paddle surfing (Sup), windsurfing, maxi sup, kite surfing and surfing, according to regional government sources in a statement.

The activities will begin at ten o’clock in the morning in each of the places chosen for its realization. The calendar with the dates and the different options distributed by the different regional municipalities can be found on the web portal ‘’. In it you can find, in addition, the form of authorization of parents or guardians in the case of minors who want to participate in any of the activities.

The councilor noted that “the goal of the regional government is to fight together so that youth can join sports to promote healthy habits, while contributing to our coastline is associated with the brand of sports tourism, leisure and quality”.