Description: The Chapel of Santo Andre a building that dates back to the 12th century. The Chapel of Saint Andrew became inactive of any religious activity.This building is located in the Douro region and the Varosa Valley. The recovery in the interior of the Chapel of Santo André has been carried out by volunteers throughout this year.
Type of Work: The main objective of safeguarding, promoting and disseminating the historical heritage with its inclusion and use in the Douro-Varosa Trail, however this intervention is not enough. In this CTI volunteers will carry out interior paving work, sanitary installation, painting of the walls and ceiling of the Chapel, collection of memories / traditions of the region / Chapel, cleaning and maintenance of the forest.
Accommodation: Basic housing with electricity, hot water, shower, WC, kitchen and bedroom (equipped with bunk beds). Meals will be prepared by all the volunteers, taking turns. Breakfast, lunch, dinner will be provided.
Requirements: Volunteers have to participate in activities concerning the functioning of the Camp, meet schedules, follow the guidance of tutors, assist in cleaning of spaces used, participate in the planned activities, meet colleagues, meet the overnight hours, participate in leisure activities, and respect silence during the resting times.
Approximate Location: The camp will be located approximately 5km of Lamego and near Douro region. Várzea de Abrunhais beside Vila Pouca de Salzedas and next to Varosa river is well known as a rural village of great natural beauty