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T-Shirt and Hashtag to Help Raise Money for La Palma Volcano Victims


The Most Beautiful Villages of Spain association in Andalusia is raising money to support the residents of La Palma. The aim is to donate to the island 100% of the income raised from the sale of a solidarity T-shirt by the 104 villages throughout Spain in the ´Most Beautiful Village´network. The T-shirts cost 10 euros and Canary Island companies have been involved in the design and manufacture.

In order to give more visibility a campaign is being launched on social networks by The Most Beautiful Villages of Spain with the most beautiful island using the  hashtag  #PueblosBonitosXLaPalma which means Beautiful Villages for La Palma.


The villages that belong to the association in Andalucia are:
Almonaster La Real, Baños de la Encina, Bubión, Capileira, Castellar de la Frontera, Frigiliana, Genalguacil, Grazalema, Lucainena de las Torres, Mojácar, Níjar, Pampaneira, Segura de la Sierra, Setenil de las Bodegas, Vejer de la Frontera, Zahara and Zuheros.


Photo – La Palma T-Shirt

The President of the Association of the Most Beautiful Villages of Spain, Francisco Mestre said ´the 104  towns are brokenhearted by  the suffering that thousands of families on the beautiful island are experiencing.´ We wanted to show our solidarity in this way, so that our own neighbours can collaborate in some way with this disaster.

The president explained that ´all the municipalities in the network have made these solidarity T-shirts available to their neighbours and visitors be able to help, with only 10 euros, the people of La Palma  and they are mobilizing our people from the schools to the tourist offices or the official website of the
the official website of The Most Beautiful Villages of Spain, where anyone can get a T-shirt.

The T-shirts  will also be sold on the association’s official website. The initiative encourages buyers to share a photograph of themselves wearing the T-shirt on social networks with the hashtag #PueblosBonitosXLaPalma symbolising the commitment to the island, in order to mobilise as many people as possible and for a simple gesture to go viral to help as many families as possible.

For more information about the news:
DmDima Comunicación: Raúl Ortiz (679 48 55 70) rortiz@dmdima.com