The websites of public administrations have the duty to comply with the accessibility criteria indicated in the UNE 139803: 2012 standard. This regulation establishes a series of characteristics that every Web portal must comply with if it wants to be accessible, also serving as the basis for the ICT Accessibility Certification (Web Accessibility) currently in force in Spain.

Likewise, the administration's websites must satisfy all the priority 2 verification points (Double A level adequacy) defined in the specification of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) by the Web Accessibility Initiative ( WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

This site has been designed adapting to current standards and regulations in relation to accessibility, for which reviews are carried out prior to each publication of new content. In any case, it is possible that you will find a page that does not comply 100% with these standards, since some of the sections contained in the portal are in the process of adaptation and improvement. If you experience any difficulty in accessing the information contained in this website, please contact us. We will make the necessary improvements as soon as possible.

Text size

Font sizes are defined with relative units so that you can enlarge or decrease the font size from the browser options:

Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Firefox: View> Text size
Opera: View> Zoom
Safari: View> Make Text Larger
Chrome: Control current page> Text size
To resize everything on the page (zoom effect):

Ctrl + + to increase it
Ctrl + - to decrease it
Ctrl + 0 restores the original size