The church of Sant Julià de Ribelles is Romanesque and was consecrated in 947. Sant Aniol d’Aguja dates from the High Middle Ages and was a Benedictine monastery before being transformed into a parish church and sanctuary.
This route will allow us to access Sant Aniol d'Aguja from the north, by a little known route, but of high difficulty. We will enter the wildest Alta Garrotxa from the Hostal de la Muga, a historic meeting point for hunters, hikers, tourists, gendarmes and inhabitants of the Vallespir.
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