Recreational leisure and education activities for youngsters get under way with “T’estiu molt”

The municipal summer campaign with activities for youngsters aged from 1 to 17 gets under way today, with 335,344 places on offer and over a thousand activities. The “T’estiu molt” programme includes leisure activities, sports, education, themed and cultural options, with subsidies also available for families with limited incomes or personal difficulties, plus options for children and teenagers with disabilities.

26/06/2023 13:04 h

Ajuntament de Barcelona

The summer holiday campaign “T’estiu molt” guarantees a wide range of versatile and inclusive activities such as those on the Campus Olímpia, summer nursery schools for toddlers aged from 1 to 3, summer camps, sports routes, musical arts workshops and family activities. In all, 286 agreements have been signed with organising bodies, previously authorised for guaranteeing criteria such as price and quality or staff-participant ratios.

The municipal programme runs until 5 September and has a budget of 5.1 million euros to cover the 23,334 subsidies awarded to families in vulnerable situations. In 85% of cases, the subsidy awarded covers 90% of the cost of taking part.

Inclusive summer activities

All activities included in the camp guarantee the full inclusion of children and teenagers and have suitable human and technical resources for them to participate, regardless of whether they have a disability or not.

The programme also covers the additional service of support monitors to handle the needs of children and teenagers who need special attention owing to a disability, enabling them to take part in any of the activities in the programme.

Estiu Adoles100!

In parallel, the activity programme “Estiu Adoles100” is specifically designed for young people between the ages of 12 and 18 and includes a hundred free activities such as DJ workshops, acrobatics and making tapas, a volleyball tournament, escape rooms and gymkhanas, organised in in various city neighbourhoods between 26 June and 14 July.


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