North Coast Routes

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CAMPING ROCA GROSSA

Route to Calella from the Roca Grossa Campsite:An easy and quiet family friendly circular route. Discover the seafront promenade and the center of Calella. Ride the Manuel Puigvert boulevard, enjoy the vitality of the alleys and squares of the center, the Lighthouse of Calella, and the unique Roca Grossa just before finishing the route.

Track Route: Calella from Roca Grossa Campsite

 

Route El sot de l’Aram:A very complete circular route that allows us to visit Sant Pol de Mar, the valley of Golinons, the marvelous natural spot of the Aram hollow and the valley of the Pineda stream. The route has sections with a strong slope and it is possible that we will need to get off the bike at some point; but it will also make us discover places of of unsuspected beauty.

Track Route: El sot de l’Aram

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CAMPING RESORT ELS PINS

Route Delta del Tordera to Palafolls:A rather flat route that runs between the alluvial plain of La Tordera, the town of Palafolls and the coast. Along the way we will discover the fields that use the water of the aquifer of the lower course of the Tordera river. Before entering Palafolls we will discover a naturalized pond that aims to recover a freshwater wetland ecosystem and, when leaving this town, we will pedal for a futuristic aesthetic bridge.

Track Route : Delta del Tordera to Palafolls

 

Route to the lower course of the Tordera river:A fairly long but almost flat linear route (40 km return) that goes into the lower course of the Tordera river, discovering its natural and historical attractions. In addition to fields, naturalized pools and ponds with varied fauna and stretches of beautiful forest, we will pass by the towns of Palafolls and Tordera, the latter with a beautiful old town. A whole day route.

Track Route: Lower Course Tordera River

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CAMPING PLA DE MAR

Route to delta de la Tordera:A very simple route with great naturalistic interest that crosses the delta plain of the Tordera river and brings us to the coastal lagoon in the Punta de la Tordera, a haven for many migratory birds that we will be able to observe if we take the route in Autumn or Spring.

Track Route: El delta de la Tordera

 

Route to Tordera, Vallmanya y el Turó Gros de Miralles:Route for regular mountain-bike practitioners. We discover Tordera, Vallmanya, the forests surrounding the Turó Gros de Miralles and the Santa Susanna stream. The ascent to Turó Gros de Miralles will undoubtedly be the challenge of the day. However, the technical descent to the ravine of the Rabassa is the prize. We will end up touring the coast and enjoying its white sand beaches.

Track Route: Tordera, Vallmanya y el Turó Gros de Miralles

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CAMPING EL PINAR PLATJA

Ruta La Roca Grossa y el Far de Calella:One way route to enjoy Calella sea front as well as the visit to its lighthouse and its most emblematic rock: La Roca Grossa. Apart from this first taste of Calella, we also have the chance to observe the cormorant colony that live on the local small cliffs.

Track Route: Ruta La Roca Grossa y el Far de Calella

 

Ruta Vallmanya y la riera de Santa Susanna:A very complete circular route that combines the coastal section of Malgrat de Mar with the Tordera delta-which we will see perfectly from the Palafolls castle- and the Mediterranean forests around Sant Miquel de Vallmanya. A fun and sustained descent through the ravine of the Rabassa will take us to the Santa Susanna stream and then back to the sea.

Track Route: Vallmanya y la riera de Santa Susanna

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CAMPING EL FAR

Route from Calella to Malgrat along the seafront: Linear and very simple route to enjoy the vitality and marine atmosphere along the coast between Calella and Malgrat. The beautiful boulevard Manuel Puigvert, with four rows of plane trees will provide shade and fresh air when the temperature rises!

Track Route: De Calella a Malgrat por el paseo marítimo

 

Route The Pineda River:We go up to the Sant Andreu pass and then take a varied descent that shows us the historical use and the beauty of the Pineda river. En route we will notice the contrast between the noise and the breeze of the coast and the serenity and aroma of the mountain.

Track Route: La riera de Pineda

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CAMPING CABALLO DE MAR

Route from La Roca Grossa to Far de Calella:  One way route to enjoy Calella sea front as well as the visit to its lighthouse and its most emblematic rock: La Roca Grossa. Apart from this first taste of Calella, we also have the chance to observe the cormorant colony that live on the local small cliffs.

Track Route: Ruta La Roca Grossa y el Far de Calella

 

Route from Rieras de Santa Susanna to Pineda:Circular and varied route that passes by two important water courses in the Alt Maresme: the Santa Susanna stream and, on the other side of the range, the Pineda stream. As we pedal, we will discover the historical uses that the neighbours have made of the two valleys with water pipes, a flour mill, a lime kiln, an abandoned bridge and even the remains of a Roman aqueduct.

Track Route: Ruta Rieras de Santa Susanna y Pineda

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CAMPING BONAVISTA

Route to El paseo, el faro y las Torretes de Calella: Circular route to discover the beach of Calella and its seafront and its different accesses to the town. As we return we will head up to the lighthouse of Calella – an obligatory visit and the Torretes, the old telegraphy towers built in the mid 19th century and from where we will enjoy very good views of the whole area.

Track Route: El paseo, el faro y las Torretes de Calella

 

Route to Las Torrenteres:Circular route that takes us to the mountain pass of Sant Andreu. We will ride on a road with virtually no traffic. At the top of the pass we will discover the Torrenteres oasis and then we will enjoy a fun descent along the paths and tracks. As a bonus, we will visit the beautiful seaside town of Sant Pol de Mar.

Track Route: Las Torrenteres

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CAMPING BON REPÒS

Route to Delta de la Tordera:  A very flat route with great naturalistic interest. From the maritime promenade of Malgrat and the Tordera delta plain, this route brings us closer to the coastal lagoon in the Punta de la Tordera, a haven for many migratory birds that we will be able to observe if we take the route in Autumn or Spring.

Track Route: El delta de la Tordera

 

Route to Rieras de Santa Susanna and Pineda:Circular and varied route that reveals two important water courses in the Alt Maresme: the Santa Susanna stream and, on the other side of the mountain range, the Pineda stream. As we pedal we will discover the historical uses that the neighbours have made of the two valleys and, of course, we will finish the route with the possibility of taking a bath at the pleasant beaches of els Pins and les Dunes.

Track Route: Rieras de Santa Susanna y Pineda

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CAMPING BELL-SOL

Route to La Roca Grossa and el Far de Calella: Exigencia física fácil, tiempo total efectivo 1:30 h, distancia total 9,6 km, desnivel acumulado 70 m, altitud mínima 3 m, altitud máxima 43 m, punto de salida / llegada Camping Bellsol, población Pineda de Mar.

Track Route: La Roca Grossa y el Far de Calella

 

Route El Sot de l’Aram: One way route to enjoy Calella sea front as well as the visit to its lighthouse and its most emblematic rock: La Roca Grossa. Apart from this first taste of Calella, we also have the chance to observe the cormorant colony that live on the local small cliffs.

Track Route: El Sot de l’Aram

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CAMPING DEL MAR

Route to El delta de la Tordera: A very simple route with great naturalistic interest that crosses the delta plain of the Tordera river and brings us to the coastal lagoon in the Punta de la Tordera, a haven for many migratory birds that we will be able to observe if we take the route in Autumn or Spring.

Track Route: El delta de la Tordera

 

Route Malgrat, Santa Susanna and Pineda:A very varied route to visit the towns of Malgrat, Santa Susanna and Pineda. The route combines crop fields, narrow alleys, shaded fountains, forest tracks and sea front. The route has a calm atmosphere thanks to the quietness of Sant Pere de Riu and the charm of the old times style road.

Track Route: Malgrat, Santa Susanna y Pineda

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South Coast routes

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CAMPING EL GARROFER

Route to Puigmoltó and the Rocamar race track: Semi-circular route that reveals places of great historical and scenic interest in the surroundings of Sitges, with the architectural ensemble of the Carç, the abandoned racetrack of Rocamar and the medieval center of Puigmoltó.

Track Route: Puigmoltó y el autódromo de Rocamar

 

Route to Vilanova y la Geltrú: Linear route on the Garraf cycle path. We go across a natural interest area and Mediterranean forest to the historic fishing village of Vilanova i la Geltrú with its large harbour, long beach and charismatic lighthouse of Sant Cristòfol.

Track Route: Vilanova y la Geltrú

 

Garraf massif route: Circular route to the doors of the Garraf Natural Park. We will see its characteristic flora and notice its labyrinthine limestone landscape. We will discover the landscapes of the plain, the picturesque neighbourhood of Torres and the vitality of Sitges.

Track Route: Macizo del Garraf

 

Route to Sant Pere de Ribes: Circular route that takes us to the historic town of Sant Pere de Ribes, crossing an area of old farmhouses and vineyards. We will discover sober medieval houses and majestic houses of 19th century Indianos, Spanish emigrants who became rich after doing business in Latin America.

Track Ruta: Sant Pere de Ribes

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CAMPING 3 ESTRELLAS

The agrarian park and the Llobregat delta route:One way route that takes us along the paths of the agricultural park to the Remolar- Filipines Natural Area, one of the best preserved places in the Llobregat delta. In this flat an easy route we will enjoy some of the places that won the fight against the pressure of the city, roads and airport infrastructures.

Track Route: El parque agrario y el delta del Llobregat

 

Route From Gavà beach to Castelldefels castle: A partially circular route that crosses the seafront of Gavà and Castelldefels – and its beaches – goes up to the beautiful castle of Castelldefels and finally goes into the rural environment of the agricultural park. This route combines the festive enthusiasm of the beaches with and the atmosphere of Castelldefels and the tranquillity of rural life in the agricultural park of the Llobregat delta.

Track Route: De la playa de Gavà al castillo de Castelldefels

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CAMPING ESTRELLA DE MAR

Route through the Llobregat delta: A one-way route that helps us discover the Parc Agrari del Baix Llobregat, an agricultural area that is an important producer of quality and Km 0 fruits, vegetables and chicken, and the Natural Area of Remolar -Filipines, one of the best conserved places of the delta of the Llobregat, with protected flora and resident and migrant birdlife. We would recommend taking your binoculars to enhance the experience.

Track Route: Delta del Llobregat

 

Route Castelldefels – La Sentiu – Gavà: A circular route that connects the Olympic Canal with the always lively town of Castelldefels and its historic castle – from where we will enjoy very good views of the whole area -, the neighbourhood of La Sentiu – located in the foothills of the Garraf mountains -, the town of Gavà and the relaxing beaches of Gavà and Castelldefels.

Track Route: Castelldefels – La Sentiu – Gavà

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CAMPING LA RUEDA

Route The mouth of the Foix and Cubelles river: A circular route that runs along the coast to Cubelles, where we will visit the historic centre and the natural area of the mouth of the River Foix, where we will be able to observe several resident, and if we are lucky, also migrant species of aquatic birds.

Track Route: La desembocadura del Foix y Cubelles

Route through Calafell, Cunit and the archaeological sites:A circular route through Cunit and Calafell that allows us to discover archaeological sites such as the: Iberian -with one of the few known Iberian farms-, Roman -the Roman villa of Vilarenc- and medieval -the castle of Calafell or the historic centre of Cunit, with the beautiful church of San Cristòfol-.

Track Route: Calafell, Cunit y los yacimientos arqueológicos

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CAMPING SITGES

Route We approach the Garraf massif: Circular route to the doors of the Garraf Natural Park. We will see its characteristic flora and notice its labyrinthine limestone landscape. We will discover the landscapes of the plain, the picturesque neighbourhood of Torres and the vitality of Sitges.

Track Route: Nos acercamos al macizo del Garraf

 

Route to Sant Pere de Ribes: Circular route that takes us to the historic town of Sant Pere de Ribes, crossing an area between the Garraf massif and the coast. This area has medieval houses, Indianos’ houses and vineyards. We will also discover the neighbourhood of Les Torres.

Track Route: Sant Pere de Ribes

 

Route to Puigmoltó and the Rocamar race track: Semi-circular route that will help us discover places of great historical and scenic interest in the surroundings of Sitges, with the architectural ensemble of the Carç, the abandoned racetrack of Rocamar and the medieval center of Puigmoltó.

Track Route: Puigmoltó y el autódromo de Rocamar

 

Route to Vilanova and la Geltrú: Linear route on the Garraf cycle path. We go across a natural interest area and Mediterranean forest to the historic fishing village of Vilanova i la Geltrú with its large harbour, long beach and charismatic lighthouse of Sant Cristòfol.

Track Route: Vilanova y la Geltrú

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CAMPING PLATJA VILANOVA

Route Following the coast from Vilanova to Comarruga: A one-way route that that passes by the coastal towns and natural attractions of the coastline between Vilanova i la Geltrú and Coma-ruga. As we pedal, we will discover different protected natural spaces such as the mouth of the Foix River or the humid area of the Madrigueres, where we will be able to observe several resident, and if we are lucky, also migrant species of aquatic birds.

Track Route: Costa de Vilanova a Comarruga

Route The Foix Swamp: A very complete and demanding circular route that connects the mountain range of Bonaire with the valley of the Foix River and the coast of Cubelles. We will enjoy the crest section of the range of Bonaire and the downhill through the bottom of Coma Pineda to end up at the unusual and fantastic Foix reservoir. Before finishing we will see the mouth of the Foix River, a natural space that is very rich in biodiversity which must be protected.

Track Route: El pantano de Foix

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CAMPING VILANOVA PARK

The Puig de l’Àliga Route and the Foix reservoir: A very demanding circular route that uncovers the panoramic Puig del Àliga -sensational watchtower of the Garraf- and the nature area of the Parc del Foix. As we pedal, we will discover the picturesque brook of the Pastera, and challenge ourselves by climbing up Puig del Àguila and enjoy the surroundings of the Foix reservoir.

Track Route: El Puig del’Àliga y el pantano de Foix

Route to Sant Pere de Ribes and the Black cave: A very complete circular route that makes us discover Sant Pere de Ribes and the western sector of the Garraf massif, including the coast and the harbour of Vilanova i la Geltrú. On this route we will hear birds chirping at the stream of Jafre, we will explore the famous cave known as the Cova Negra and admire the fantastic fishing and nautical harbour of Vilanova i la Geltrú.

Track Route: Sant Pere de Ribes y la cueva Negra

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Inland and Mountain Routes

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CAMPING EL PASQUALET

Route to Turó Gros: We discover the surroundings of Caldes de Montbui -with its Roman baths and its emblematic Font del Lleó- and we will enjoy a beautiful landscape of cereal fields and aromatic and shady Mediterranean forests, with views of the nearby Farell mountain range and the valley of the river Caldes.

Track Route: Ruta del Turó Gros

 

Route Palau – Hostal del Fum – El Negrell: A very interesting route to enjoy the panoramic views of the Vallès Oriental and the Vallès Occidental from the Serra del Negrell and get discover the stream of Caldes, a biological corridor that connects the pre-coastal range with the coast. While pedaling we will discover the Hostal del Fum park and the train of Palau, as well as marvel at the imposing estate of Torre Marimon.

Track Route: Palau – Hostal del Fum – El Negrell

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CAMPING LES ILLES

Route Sant Marçal by Els Terrers: A circular route that takes us to one of the most emblematic places of the Montseny, the old monastery of Sant Marçal, from where we enjoy very good views. On this route, we will see traditional farmhouses of the Montseny and we will see the headwaters of the Tordera river in Font Bona.

Track Route: Sant Marçal por Els Terrers

 

Sant Marçal route and the western slope of Les Agudes: A circular route to discover wonderful biodiverse places and landscapes of the western slope of Les Agudes, in the Montseny massif. As we pedal, we will enjoy the tranquillity around the old monastery of Sant Marçal and we will discover the streams that feed the river Tordera.

Track Route: Sant Marçal y la vertiente oeste de Les Agudes

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CAMPING LLUÇANÈS

Route through the torrents of La Rovira and Sant Genís: A circular route that allows us to discover the richness of the fresh riverside forests and the historical importance of the farmhouses and mills and their agricultural legacy, still alive, in the Lluçanès area. In this route, we will enjoy panoramic views of the Pyrenees, a view that no other Catalan region can match.

Track Route: Ruta por los torrentes de la Rovira y Sant Genís

 

Route through the Olost stream and the hermitage of Sant Adjutori: Exigencia física mediana, temps total efectiu 2:00 h, distància total 14,8 km, desnivell acumulat 392 m, altitud mínima 497 m, altitud máxima 623 m, punto de salida / llegada Camping Lluçanès, población Olost.

Track Route: Ruta por el torrente de Olost y la ermita de Sant Adjutori

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CAMPING RUPIT

Ruta Paseo por Rupit: A circular, easy and quiet route that is ideal for a family day out to discover the charming medieval town of Rupit and its winding stream from different perspectives.

Track Route: Paseo por Rupit

 

Ruta El Salt de Sallent: We discover the spectacular waterfall and viewpoint of Salt de Sallent and the vertiginous cliffs of Pujolràs that frame the waterfall. There are also views of the reservoir of Susqueda, the Far sanctuary, and the beautiful medieval village of Rupit. A unique experience in the heart of Collsacabra.

Track Route: Ruta El Salt de Sallent

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CAMPING TATGERA

Route Between farmhouses, vineyards and tubs in the stream of Mura: A circular, long and demanding route which reveals the sinuous stream of Mura with the magical Ulls del Riu Llobregat, and the terraced hillsides with vats, huts and margins of dry stone that remind us of the rich wine-producing past of this attractive area of Bages.

Track Route: Entre masías, viñedos y tinas en la riera de Mura

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CAMPING CAL PARADÍS

Route Around the Salo stream: A circular route around the Salo creek that allows us to admire, in addition to the strategic situation of the village of Salo, the sinuous forms of this watercourse surrounded by riverside forests as well as the historical use of a Middle Ages mill to grind the wheat of the nearby fields of cereal.

Track Ruta: Por los alrededores del arroyo de Salo

 

Route The barracks of Cal Jep Xic: A circular route to the north of the Salo creek that shows us the agrarian landscapes of Bages and some of its most characteristic elements: the huts and the dry stone vats. As we pedal, we will enjoy large areas of arbutus and fabulous views of the Pre-Pyrenees.

Track Route: Les barraques de Cal Jep Xic

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CAMPING EL PONT

Route The landscapes of Vilanova de Sau: In the middle of the wooded landscapes of the Guilleries and overlooking the reservoir of Sau, we will discover ancient farmhouses and the picturesque centre of Vilanova de Sau, of medieval origin. There will be a combination of trails, dirt tracks and asphalt tracks: calm and undeveloped roads that will allow us to enjoy the ride and the surroundings.

Track Route: Los paisajes de Vilanova de Sau

 

Circular Route to Malafogassa: A long and demanding route that goes deep into the Guilleries massif which is full of stories and legends. We will see extensive forests of pines, holm oaks, oaks, chestnut trees and beech groves. On the way we will observe farms, hermitages and old barracks and enjoy panoramic views of the Sau reservoir and the mountains that surround it.

Track Route: Circular de Malafogassa

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CAMPING L’ESPLANADA

Route by the Tenes river: A circular route that introduces us to a recovered fluvial space and its great natural and cultural wealth, with a profusion of engineering works. Mosaics of agricultural and fluvial landscapes that change depending on the time of the year, with farmhouses of medieval origin like Can Plandorit.

Track Route: Ruta por el río Tenes

 

Route through Can Cabot, Bruguer and Sagrera: A circular route that brings us closer to the rural landscape of the Vallès Oriental and allows us to enjoy beautiful views over the cliffs of Berti and Montseny, while discovering the historical neighbourhood of La Sagrera and the old farmhouses in the region.

Track Route: Ruta por Can Cabot, el Bruguer y la Sagrera

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