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Volcanoes and historic centre of Sant Feliu de Pallerols
In the south of La Garrotxa, right in the heart of the Hostoles valley, is the municipality of Sant Feliu de Pallerols. The Brugent river, an affluent of the Ter, divides the area from where more than fifty springs flow.
The carline trail. Ruta 6 Garrotxa
This route is designed for one-way and you must provide for the return from Riudaura by public transport or car.
Romanesque hermitages of la Garrotxa
Although some structures from the 11th century do still stand, most of the surviving medieval buildings in La Garrotxa date from the 12th and 13th centuries.
The pond of Bassa de Monars and its lush green surroundings is a welcoming place to stop. Monars is part of Montagut i Oix and according to the 2007 census, eight people live in this hamlet. The first documentary records for Sant Sebastià date from 1064.
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.
Sadernes to Sant Julià de Ribelles route (from Sadernes)
Walking route through the central area of Alta Garrotxa through wild and delightful landscapes.
Santa Maria de Finestres Sanctuary and la Palomera iberic. Route 18 Garrotxa
This path will allow us to reach one of the best viewpoints in La Garrotxa, an Iberian village and a postcard hermitage.
Sant Feliu - coll d'Úria - La Salut. Natural Park route 28
Itinerary for the Health Shadow, with a significant drop, but with a reward in the form of panoramic views over the Brugent river valley and much of the Natural Park.