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Garrell’s art takes advantage of its surroundings and recycled material and creates spaces and installations in between the hills, a stream and the river Fluvià.
Route to the wildlife watching hide, with a little luckyou will see birds such as Mallard , Grey Heron and Little Egret . The lucky few might just catch a glimpse of an Otter , reintroduced into the basing of the river Fluvià at the end of the 1990s.
From Santa Magdalena de Jonqueres a splendid view await you, on clear days you can see the sea.
This bicycle route is suitable for families with children, you will discover a rural landscape between fields and manors.
The Bisaroques volcano is the smallest of the four volcanoes in Olot. Along the way, we will see the black, brown and reddish colors of the volcanic soil.
A family walk between Olot and Les Preses passing by the Racó volcano.
This walk takes you through an area full of natural springs where local people once went to relax, above all in summer.
The route connects the Can Blanc district with the car park of the Area of Santa Margarida, passing the Area of Can Serra (Fageda d'en Jordà) and Can Xel.
The itinerary is flat and short, ideal for strolling through the heart of La Fageda d'en Jordà, admiring its enchantment and immersing itself fully in its peculiar atmosphere.
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.
Through this itinerary we can see a long basaltic cliff while we walk through an area with shadows, fresh and pleasant.
Urban itinerary that allows to know the medieval structure of the town, as it evolved from the houses of la Sagrera and the Romanesque church to the walled Cellera and the current town, and the most relevant elements of the historic centre.
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