Accessibility consists in accessing information without limitation due to disability, disability or disability. There are many people who come to the information on our pages from contexts that are very different from ours, since:

  • They may have hearing, vision or mobility problems.
  • They may experience reading or reading difficulties. 
  • Maybe you can not use the keyboard or the mouse.
  • They can have a text-only reader, a small screen or a slow connection.
  • Etc

Accessibility is not of interest only to people with disabilities, but it also improves access to the web in general.

For this purpose, our accessibility guidelines are the following:

This website attempts to comply at least with the AA level and part of AAA in most of its contents defined by the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) standards of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Spanish regulations UNE 139803: 2004 Costers del Segre.'

Here are some help that may be of interest to you:

Font size

We give you the ability to resize the text that is seen by default. Many times the easiest way to change the text is to hold down the 'Ctrl' key while rotating the mouse wheel, or if it is not available, using the + or - key.


Accessible PDF

This website has been designed to be as accessible as possible and to be compatible with specific types of technology adapted to people with disabilities, including screen readers.

We recommend that users download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat to view Adobe PDF files:

  • Allows reading of Adobe PDF files by means of the "Text to Speech" function of the standard operating system.    
  • Allows more control on the use of screen readers
  • Evaluates accessibility to an Adobe PDF file.

Other grants

Users who use the screen reader have a link to the top of the code called "Skip to content" that allows you to skip the web navigation bar and go directly to the beginning of the content.

The contents and functionalities of the web are accessible via the keyboard for those who do not use the mouse.

This website uses style sheets (CSS) to control the structure and colors of the web. Therefore, users who use their own style sheets can also enjoy the contents of the web.

Web pages also work for those users who have JavaScript disabled in their browser.

In order to improve the accessibility and ease of use of this website, we invite you to write to us and let us know what you think by using our contact form .