|For more complete information, ask at the Park's information centres, where in addition to information leaflets you will find maps, guides and books that will help you to organise your visit.|
|The park has an extensive network of signposted walking trails. If you follow them, you will be able to visit the most significant spots in the area.|
|Most of the Natural Park is private property. Try and make sure that your visit does not disturb the people who live here.|
|Off-site camping is not allowed. Within the Natural Park, there are several campsites, hotels and hostels where you can spend the night.|
|For safety and conservation reasons, lighting fires is strictly prohibited.|
|The maintenance service has to work very hard to keep the most frequently visited areas clean. Always use the dustbins or take your rubbish away with you.|
|Catching animals and/or collecting rocks, minerals and plants are not permitted within the Natural Park.|
|There are some areas in which access is restricted to service personnel and inhabitants, which are very clearly marked. Access in motor vehicles to these areas is prohibited.|
|The park information centres can provide special authorisation to allow people with mobility problems to enter the restricted access areas in a motor vehicle.|
Rules and regulations for visitors
Proposals and excursions TOP
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.
GR 83 - Camí del Nord o del Canigó
This route provides links Mataró and Prada de Conflent and the peak of El Canigó. It runs through attractive landscapes in El Montseny, Les Guilleries and La Garrotxa, and includes sections involving considerable climbs once it reaches the Pyrenees.
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.
Third carlinada route. Route 3 Argelaguer
In summer 1873 the Carlines besieged Argelaguer and killed the local councillor Sebastià Costa. This route will take you to the sites of some of the episodes of the final Carline War.
Natural spring route. Route 4 Santa Pau
This route takes you to three natural springs that the people from Santa Pau have cared for and tended for many years.This walk also links to the route that visits some of the local bathing pools.
The charcoal makers route. Route 2 Mieres
This route follows some of the old paths and trails used to bring wood charcoal down from the Serra de Finestres. The path that passes by Font Ricard is an attractive mule trail that connects the hamlet of Ruïtlles to the church of El Freixe.
The balcony of Mieres. Route 1 Mieres
This route runs from Mieres towards Collet de la Devesa and Coll de Palomera. It was used by local people to go to the annual festivities up on Serra de Finestres.
El Far route. Ruta 6 Les Planes d'Hostoles
Located on the tip of a large cliff, with wide views of all directions, it provides the name lighthouse without a doubt, the Far Sanctuary is one of the places of greatest visibility of the country.