Archeology in the island of Mallorca
Description: Volunteers will participate in an archaeological dig which forms part of a wider project aiming to use archaeology and local history to preserve and promote heritage and culture to the local community and to international volunteers.
Type of Work: Work involves preservation of an archaeological site, cleaning the ruins, facilitating access to the site by clearing land and making paths (by moving rocks, cutting bushes, etc) and work with the findings in the laboratory (washing and cataloging pottery and bones). All work will be done under the supervision of qualified archaeologists. Working hours: in the morning from 8 am to 1 pm and maybe some afternoons from 4 pm to 6 pm.
Study Theme: Archaeological heritage and how it brings communities together. Several educational and cultural activities will be held.
Accommodation: Volunteers will sleep in a reformed monastery in triple and double rooms with good modern facilities. Please bring your own sleeping bag. Food will be provided by local hotels and volunteers will prepare their own breakfast with food provided. Special diets can be accommodated.
Approximate Location: Ajuntament de Son Servera, Mallorca
Notes: It may happen that the workcamp will take place later than the provided dates. To be confirmed. The local organization makes a big effort to make volunteers involved on the local culture, so there are several activities planned with that goal: cultural tours, visits to natural sites, participation on village festivals, intercultural meals with the residents, outdoors film projection, etc. Volunteers are supposed to arrive on the first day of the camp and leave on the last day of the camp. camp.