Before starting any of the routes, we suggest following these recommendations:

WALKING, HIKING, RUNNING AND TRAIL RUNNING
• Sports shoes
• Comfortable clothing that is suitable for the sporting activity
• Water
• A mobile phone with a fully-charged battery

BICYCLE
• A bicycle in good condition
• Spares in case of faults
• Helmet and gloves
• Comfortable clothing that is suitable for the sporting activity
• Water
• A mobile phone with a fully-charged battery

ENVIRONMENTAL RECOMMENDATIONS
• Do not leave rubbish in the woods o bury it, pick it up and take it away.
• Use recycling bins and keep the zone as clean as you like to find it.
• If you smoke, do not throw cigarette butts on the ground; every precaution is important in the forest.
• Leave cars in the parking spaces enabled for this use. Do not block roads or step on farmland.
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EMERGENCIES
• If necessary, call the emergency services on 112.
• Once your location is reported, do not leave the site until you have contacted the research staff.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SWIMMING
• Use suitable material and equipment for the activity (goggles, brightly coloured swimming cap, marker buoy and wetsuit).
• You swim at your own risk. Adapt the activity to your level of fitness.
• If you get into difficulty, use the emergency exit.
• Swimmers aged under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Plan your outing (check the sea conditions, water temperature, weather forecast, etc.)
• You should always swim with someone else or at least tell someone about your planned activity.
• Hydrate before starting to swim and protect yourself from the sun with sun cream.
• Watch out for boats (even though they are prohibited from entering the Blue Route).
• Watch out for currents and the state of the sea; they can make the route more difficult.
• Respect other users of the Blue Route.
• Respect the sea. Do not handle, touch or pick up sea organisms.
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