With the purpose of meeting the increasing social demand of enjoying the natural heritage of the area, a section of the paths along the banks of both rivers will be fitted out for recreational use. To that end, a interpretive tour will be created by means of the installation of a set of informative signs on both sides of the border. These signs must contain, at least, the following information:
- 1. General information about the trail and rules for the conservation of the environment.
- 2. Relevant elements of the landscape: most relevant characteristics of the ecosystem of the river and highlighting the most significant natural aspects
- 3. Nature-Society Relations: explanation of systems of traditional exploitation of natural resources.
All signs must have the same format and the information contained will be written in Castilian and Portuguese, the languages of the cross-border area. Likewise, brochures and leaflets containing the information about the path and its natural heritage will be printed.