The Habaneras Shopping Centre immerses its customers into the reality of our oceans.
The Habaneras shark patrol continues with its fun awareness workshops and completes the experience by offering a virtual experience with which to discover the current situation of the seabed.
The Habaneras Shopping Centre, managed by JLL, has, thanks to its #YoSoyTorrevieja movement, achieved important achievements in terms of awareness and cleanliness of our beaches, seas and oceans. A commitment that is maintained during the summer with different proposals and activities.
Thanks to this initiative of Habaneras, are many Torrevieja and visitors who have been involved in this important cause and have collaborated in the cleaning of our beaches by collecting large quantities of plastics and waste, more than 140kg of plastic waste have been deposited in the large sculpture of the white shark in the mall that, also during this month of July, customers can continue to participate in the draw for solidarity bicycles and children, also can continue to make the fun and educational eco-workshops of the shark patrol and participate in the drawing contest and win one of the stuffed animals of the mascot shark of this campaign.
In addition, the shark patrol will also be on the beaches of Torrevieja, every Friday this summer, as it did on the beach of La Mata last day 12, which also delivered bags to facilitate the collection of plastics.
But, and aware of the importance of cleaning and awareness, Habaneras has prepared for this month of July, a new virtual reality experience for its customers to become aware of the irresponsible use of plastics and the consequences that impact on the biodiversity of our seas, putting in serious danger of extinction to many of their species.
On this underwater trip, Habaneras will invite its clients to experience the sensation of being submerged in the ocean and discover the spectacular flora and fauna in which to meet fish balloons, turtles, starfish and many other species that unfortunately are now seriously threatened by the amount of garbage that houses the seabed. They will also be able to help preserve the ocean by collecting all the waste found during the experience.
The objective of the Habaneras Shopping Centre is to offer the possibility of becoming aware of the importance of safeguarding the biodiversity of the sea and taking care of our beaches.
Because we are all Torrevieja,
#YosoyTorrevieja And you?
Upcoming Shark Patrol Workshops
- 19 July: La Mata-Sur beach.
- 26th July: Cabo Cervera Beach.
- 2nd August: Los Locos Beach.
- 9th August: Playa del Cura.
- 16 August: Juan Aparicio natural swimming pools.
- 23rd August: Los Náufragos Beach.
- 30th August: Cala Piteras.