Routes and excursions TOP
Bathing pool route. Route 3 Santa Pau
This route takes you to some of the little-known bathing pools around Santa Pau. This walk also links to the route that visits some of the local natural springs.
Parc de Pedra Tosca. Route Olot 4
This easy walk is perfect for the whole family. You pass along the Carrilet, the former train line to Girona that acts as a reminder of Olot’s rich industrial past. Further on you visit El Parc de Pedra Tosca.
Saint James's way
The St James’ Way runs through the county of La Garrotxa and visits en route a number of interesting sites.
La Garrotxa is a county that is associated with a great variety of art forms.
From Sadernes to Santa Bàrbara. Ruta 1 Alta Garrotxa
On clear days on certain stretches of this walk you can look eastwards and enjoy the views that extend right across the Empordà plain as far as the Mediterranean Sea.
Croscat volcano. Natural Park route 15
The volcano of Croscat and its gredales are one of the jewels of the Natural Park of the Volcanic Zone of La Garrotxa. This itinerary will take you inside the youngest volcano in the Iberian Peninsula.
Sant Feliu de Pallerols, Sant Marc and Puig Roig volcanoes. Natural Park route 22
Short itinerary that gives us the possibility of knowing the two volcanoes closest to Sant Feliu de Pallerols and at the same time further away from the central core of the Volcanic Zone of La Garrotxa.
Castellfollit de la Roca cliff. Natural Park route 13
This itinerary passes near a spectacular basaltic cliff, not only for its height, but also for the houses built right on its edge.
On the trail of the Remences
The revolt of the Remences – a peasant uprising against their lords and the abusive mals usos (feudal obligations) - took place in La Garrotxa during the second half of the 15th century.
Via romana de Capsacosta from St Salvador de Bianya or pas dels Traginers. Route 1 Vall dels Sentits
Transited since time immemorial, in recent years this road was used to drive cattle in summer to their high Pyrenean pastures. Until a few centuries ago it was the only existing route to the Camprodon Valley from the Bianya Valley.