Neda el Món also swims in Atlantic Ocean waters!! The first crossing Neda el Món organises in the South of Spain couldn’t be more impressive. The Valdevaqueros coast, Punta Paloma and El Lentiscal are the ideal environment to enjoy open water swimming.
Along the crossing we’ll find magnificent beaches, striking cliffs and even the natural Punta Paloma swimming pools. You can choose between two different crossings: the first one, between Valdevaqueros and El Lentiscal (7.2km), and the second one between Punta Paloma and El Lentical (3.7km). You shouldn’t miss them!!
- Transfer. By bus, for all the participants, no matter which crossing they choose.
- Insurance. All swimmers and all volunteers will have a liability insurance and an insurance against accidents.
- Local activities. The organisation will provide information about all the activities that swimmers can do if they want to spend the weekend there: cultural visits, excursions in the surroundings etc.
- Briefing. There will be an informative briefing session for the swimmers the day before the crossing, on Saturday November 14th at 7pm at the Tarifa Town Hall.
- Wetsuit rental. You can rent a wetsuit at Neda el Món. If you want to collect it the day of the crossing, click here. If you want us to send it home, click here.
- Cloakroom service. There will be a cloakroom service at the arrival area.
- Food and drinks. The organisation will supply food and drinks at specific points during and after the crossing.
- Physiotherapy. On arrival a physiotherapy service will be offered by a team of professionals from “el Quinto Meta”.
- Wetsuit cleaning. While you recover from the effort you will be able to clean and dry your wetsuit at a specific point of the arrival area.
- Showers. There will be showers available for all participants at the arrival area at the El Lentiscal beach.
- Security / medical service. In first place the kayaks will provide security. There will be pneumatic boats too, in case anybody needs to be evacuated. In addition there will be a medical service with a medically equipped boat and an ambulance at the arrival.