HIKING AND TOURISM
Discover our destination through hiking
1. Els 3 Munts:
The 3 mountains is an itinerary that can be considered a low mountain, little technical, that passed just 45 minutes from Barcelona, between the natural parks of Montseny, Sant Lloreç del Munt i l'Obac, to emblematic points of pre-coastal Catalonia.
The route begins in the natural park of Montseny, declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1978. Next, the path passes through the steep and wild natural park of Sant Llorenç del Munt i l'Obac, until finally reaching the Montserrat mountain, a cultural and spiritual Catalan symbol.
More information about this route: http://www.els3monts.cat/portada/index.php
2. El Camí dels Bons Homes:
Camí dels bons Homes, is a trans-Pyrenean tourist itinerary of approximately 200km. It goes from the sanctuary of Queralt (Berga) to the castle of Montsegur (Arièja). This itinerary recalls the exile of Occitan catars, known as “bons homes” (good men) and “bones gifts” (good women) that promoted pure and simple Christianity, based on spirituality and against authoritarian, corrupt and ostentatious catholic church of the XIII century.
Currently, it has become a long-distance trail (GR-107), it can be traveled on foot, on horseback and most of the sections in MTB.
More information on this route: http://www.camidelsbonshomes.com/travessa.htm
3. Slow bike route - Penedès 360:
This route is designed to discover the Pendés region without any hurry. It is a very nice cycle route and by stages, which will allow you to cycle through the flat enjoying its typical landscape of vineyards and fields. Also, along the way, you will find dry stone constructions, farmhouses, castles, hermitages, villages, and even a monastery. I do not forget the wineries and taste the local cuisine throughout its tour.
More information about this route: https://www.penedes360.cat/rutes/slow-bike
4. El Camí Oliba:
El Camí Oliba is a long-distance path (GR-151) that connects some of the most emblematic works of Catalan Romanesque art. It passes between Montserrat and the Pyrenees and passes through some of the most historic cities and towns in Old Catalonia, such as Manresa, Vic, Ripoll and Sant Joan de les Abadesses. Cross the interior and mid-mountain landscape of the regions of Bages, Osona and the Ripollès on an undemanding itinerary and surrounded by tourist and commercial services.
More information about this route: http://www.camioliba.cat/es/
5. El Camí del Llobregat:
The Camí del Llobregat is a long-distance path (GR - 270) that allows you to go from the birth of the Llobregat river, in Castellar de n'Hug, to the mouth, in the Prat de la Riba, and all this through a thirty from different populations.
It is an enabled and signposted road, perfect to know the metropolitan area of the City of Barcelona.
More information about this route: https://turisme.elbaixllobregat.cat/camins-i-senders
6. Sender del Mediterrani:
This itinerary is part of the European footpath E-10 (Baltic Sea - Mediterranean). It passes through seven of the regions of the coast of Barcelona: Maresme, eastern valleys, Barcelona, western valleys, Baix Llobregat, Garraf and penedes. It is an ideal route to get to know many coastal towns, beaches, and idyllic limes, and wonderful natural parades as the route pass through the parks of Montnegre and the corridor, Collserola or Garraf, among others.
More information about this route: http://senders.feec.cat/gr-92
7. Sender dels Parcs Naturals:
Also known as the trail of the viewpoints, this route begins on the riba de la Mediterrània, turns the interior territories and always about 40-50 km from Barcelona city, crosses the natural spaces of Garraf, Montserrat, Sant Llorenç del munt i L'Obac, the Montseny and the Montnegre-Corredor.
More information about this route: http://senders.feec.cat/gr-5
8. El Camí Ignasià:
This is a path that recalls the journey that Ignacio de Loiola, being a gentleman, traveled in 1522, from Loiola, to Euskadi, to Manresa
A road that starts from Basque lands and passes through Rioja, Navarra and Aragón to Catalan lands ending in Manresa.
More information about this route: https://caminoignaciano.org/
9. Ronda Verda de Barcelona:
The true round of Barcelona is a circuit that is preferable to travel by bicycle since it takes advantage of several bike lanes and also the characteristics of the route are great for both wheels.
It is a circular itinerary and crosses the great natural systems closest to the City of Barcelona. The combination of natural environments with urban spaces, and the fact of going through many of the points of cultural interest are two of the characteristics that make this route perfect to know the metropolitan area of the Catalan capital.
More information about this route: http://www.rondaverda.cat/es/index.php
10. El Camí de Sant Jaume:
This route is the Catalan Way of St. James, which starts from the spiritual heart of Catalonia: the Montserrat Sanctuary, after collecting the influx of Barcelona, Tarragona and Girona roads, the latter coming from France, from Montserrat marching towards Lleida and Pinar del Ebro (Zaragoza), where it joins the Camino Jacobeo del Ebro.
More information about this route: https://www.caminosantiago.org/cpperegrino/caminos/caminover.asp?kCamino=ES24a&CaminoId=15