North Coast Routes

CAMPING BARCELONA

Vila bridge walk (SL-C 74): Easy and pleasant walk around Mataró that allows us to know the splendid pine and oak forests, and the typical weeds of the coastal landscape of Maresme, habitat of the jay, the real woodpecker and the squirrel. The itinerary starts next to the rock of Bon Dia, in the Forest Park of Mataró, it is circular and is marked as a local path SL-C 74 with white and green marks. The route goes entirely inside the Montnegre and Corredor Natural Park.

Track Route: Paseo del puente de la Vila (SL-C 74)

 

 

Way of the torrent from Puig al Corral (SL-C 76): Linear itinerary, easy and pleasant, that follows the old path of the stream of Puig del Corral passing through La Teixonera, the pass of Pollastre and the shaded area of Turó de Vila Negra. The route goes through reedbed, fields of cherry trees, holm, oak, and pine forests that follow the water course and reach the head of the stream in the place known as the Tres Turons. The itinerary begins in the Escorxador park in Arenys de Munt town and is marked with green landmarks highlighted in yellow as local trail SL-C 76. We must be careful when passing a section with risk of falling after the urban area of the Tres Turons.

Track Route: Camino del torrente de en Puig al Corral  (SL-C 76)

 

Burriac castle from Argentona (SL-C 114):  This route goes up from Argentona to to the castle of Burriac. The itinerary begins at the Plaça de l’Església of Argentona, climbs up the Burriac pass and reaches the Burriac castle. Part of the itinerary goes inside Serralada Litoral Park, through pine forests and siliceous bushes that grow on the granitic rocks of Maresme. The itinerary is marked as a local trail SL-C 114 with white and green marks.

Track Route: Castell de Burriac des d’Argentona (SL-C 114)

 

Burriac Castle from Cabrera de Mar Argentona (SL-C 115): Circular route that takes us to the castle of Burriac from Cabrera de Mar. This itinerary allows us to climb the castle -where we enjoy magnificent views of the coastal area and the Maresme plain- and Turó de l’Infern, where we find the Cross of Montcabrer. Part of the itinerary passes through the Serralada Litoral Park and is marked as SL-C 115 with white and green markings.

Track Route: Castell de Burriac des de Cabrera de Mar Argentona (SL-C 115)

CAMPING BONAVISTA

Route of l’Esquirol (Yellow route): A walk in the town of Calella. It begins in the square of Sant Elm, goes along the beach Gran de Calella, ascends through the town streets to the sports area of La Muntanyeta, visits the Dalmau park and returns to the beach passing through the Espanya square. The Dalmau park is a magnificent natural space with gardens and an example of the typical Mediterranean forest with pines and holm oaks, ideal to enjoy nature and wild-life and rest. This trail is marked with the symbol of a squirrel on a red background.

Link to the brochure with English Map:

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/

page/adjunts/guia_ditineraris_de_natura_calella_2012.pdf

Link to the City Council page:

www.calellabarcelona.com/planifica/que-  

fer/rutesdenatura/

Route of the Cuervo Marí (Blue route):  Walk that runs along the sea front of Calella from the beach of Garbí to the beach of Cabra through the beaches Valldenguli and Les Torretes. This route allows us to observe the cormorants drying their plumage in the coastal rocks and discover the Mediterranean landscape populated by bushes and pine forests where birds such as the Black-headed Warbler or the blackbird hide. The whole route is marked with a sea crow on a blue circle.

Link to the brochure with English Map:

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/

page/adjunts/guia_ditineraris_de_natura_calella_2012.pdf

Link to the City Council page:

www.calellabarcelona.com/planifica/que-

fer/rutesdenatura/

Guilla route (Red route): This route starts in the beach of Garbí and leaves Calella town to go up to the moun-tain range of Guilles, a wildlife corridor that connects Montnegre and Corredor Park with the Mediterranean coast. The route runs through a typical Mediterranean land-scape dominated by the cork oak, the siliceous bushes, crops and dry grasslands where we can observe animals such as the squirrel, the badger, the genet and the fox, a mammal that gives its name to the route. The itinerary is marked as route number 3 with the symbol of a fox on a yellow background.

Link to the brochure with English Map:

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/page/

adjunts/guia_ditineraris_de_natura_calella_2012.pdf

Link to the City Council page:

www.calellabarcelona.com/planifica/que-

fer/rutesdenatura/

 

Road to Ronda from Calella to Sant Pol: Requirement of easy difficulty, variable total effective time, variable total distance, responsible agency of the City of San Pol de Mar.

Track Route: Camino de Ronda de Calella a San Pol

 

 

Las Torrenteras (SL-C 102): Circular itinerary that begins in Sant Cebrià de Vallalta and takes us towards the Turó de la Punta Garbí ascending the pass of Era d’en Móra and descending through the pass of Sant Andreu, following the rivers of Sant Andreu and Mates. The trail begins in Puigvert Park and allows us to discover a section of the Montnegre and Corredor Natu-ral Park, walking through holm oaks, pine forests, abandoned fields and urbanized are-as. The itinerary is marked with the white and green marks corresponding to the local trail SL C-102.

Track Route: Las Torrenteras (SL-C 102)

 

 

Montnegre cumbrera (SL-C 103) This circular route begins in Sant Martí de Montnegre, a small village that belongs to the town of Sant Celoni, in Vallès Oriental region. The itinerary runs through the Montnegre mountain range passing by a humid and shady landscape populated by forests of holm oaks, oaks and chestnut trees that cover the characteristic slate and black substrate. The route runs entirely within the Montnegre and Corredor Natural Park and is marked with the white and green marks of the local SL-C 103 trail.

Track Route: Montnegre cumbrera (SL-C 103)

 

PR-C 146 Calella to Tordera: This trail connects the coastal towns of Calella and Tordera, in the Maresme area, and goes accross the coastal mountain range surrounded by pine forests and oaks. During the itinerary we will enjoy good views of the Maresme coastline and the Montseny massif. Part of the route goes inside the natural area of the Montnegre and Corredor Park. The entire itinerary is marked with the white and yellow marks of the PR-C 146 trail.

Track Route: PR-C 146 De Calella a Tordera

 

CAMPING EL CARLITOS

Route to Mountain Range of Montplana: Low difficulty requirement, total effective time 0:30 h, total distance 1.6 km, responsible body Canet de Mar City Council.xigencia de dificultad baja, tiempo total efectivo 0:30 h, distancia total 1,6 km, organismo responsable Ayuntamiento de Canet de Mar.

Track Route: Ruta Serralada de Montplana

 

 

 

Ancient Nucleus Route: Low difficulty requirement, total effective time 0:45 h, total distance 2.4 km, responsible body Canet de Mar City Council.

Track Route: Ruta del nuclio antiguo

 

 

Route to Rials de Arenys: Medium difficulty requirement, total effective time 2:30 h, total distance 19.4 km, responsible body Canet de Mar City Council.xigencia de dificultad mediana, tiempo total efectivo 2:30 h, distancia total 19,4 km, organismo responsable Ayuntamiento de Canet de Mar.

Track Route: Ruta Rials de Arenys

 

 

 

Camino del torrente de en Puig al Corral (SL-C 76): Linear itinerary, easy and pleasant, that follows the old path of the stream of Puig del Corral passing through La Teixonera, the pass of Pollastre and the shaded area of Turó de Vila Negra. The route goes through reedbed, fields of cherry trees, holm, oak, and pine forests that follow the water course and reach the head of the stream in the place known as the Tres Turons. The itinerary begins in the Escorxador park in Arenys de Munt town and is marked with green landmarks highlighted in yellow as local trail SL-C 76. We must be careful when passing a section with risk of falling after the urban area of the Tres Turons.
 

Track Route: Camino del torrente de en Puig al Corral (SL-C 76)

 

 

El Pla de Forcs (SL-C 105): Circular route that makes us discover the rural environment of Sant Iscle de Vallalta and the megalithic set of Pla de Forcs passing through the hermitage of La Salut, the farmhouse of Can Vives de la Cortada, Senís pass and Can Bosc. The route runs through pine forests, cork oaks and holm oaks of the Montnegre and Corredor Park. It is marked as a local trail SL-C 105, with green and white marks, and shares part of the route with the GR 5 and the GR 83.

Track Route: El Pla de Forcs (SL-C 105)

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAMPING EL CARRO

Green Route – Road to Los Fondals: Medium difficulty requirement, total effective time 3:30 h, total distance 12 km, responsible body Canet de Mar City Council.

Link in the brochure with English map: 

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/

page/adjunts/senderismediptic_interior.pdf

Link on the City Council page:

www.canetdemar.cat/document.php?id=27 99

 

Yellow Route – Route to Los Riales and Agnocastos: Low difficulty requirement, total effective time 2:00 h, total distance 7 km, responsible body Canet de Mar City Council.

Link in the brochure with English map: 

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/

page/adjunts/senderismediptic_interior.pdf

Link on the City Council page:: www.canetdemar.cat/document.php?id=27  99

 

 

Blue Route – Road to Dos Carenas: Low difficulty requirement, total effective time 2:30 h, total distance 9 km, responsible body Canet de Mar City Council.

Link in the brochure with English map: 

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/

page/adjunts/senderismediptic_interior.pdf

Enlace en la pagina del Ayuntamiento: www.canetdemar.cat/document.php?id=27  99

 
 

El Pla de Forcs (SL-C 105): Circular route that makes us discover the rural environment of Sant Iscle de Vallalta and the megalithic set of Pla de Forcs passing through the hermitage of La Salut, the farmhouse of Can Vives de la Cortada, Senís pass and Can Bosc. The route runs through pine forests, cork oaks and holm oaks of the Montnegre and Corredor Park. It is marked as a local trail SL-C 105, with green and white marks, and shares part of the route with the GR 5 and the GR 83.

Track Route: El Pla de Forcs (SL-C 105)

 

 

 

Montenegro caraner (SL-C 103): This circular route begins in Sant Martí de Montnegre, a small village that belongs to the town of Sant Celoni, in Vallès Oriental region. The itinerary runs through the Montnegre mountain range passing by a humid and shady landscape populated by forests of holm oaks, oaks and chestnut trees that cover the characteristic slate and black substrate. The route runs entirely within the Montnegre and Corredor Natural Park and is marked with the white and green marks of the local SL-C 103 trail.

Track Route: Montenegro carner

 

 

 

Camino del torrrente de en Puig al Corral (SL-C 76): Linear itinerary, easy and pleasant, that follows the old path of the stream of Puig del Corral passing through La Teixonera, the pass of Pollastre and the shaded area of Turó de Vila Negra. The route goes through reedbed, fields of cherry trees, holm, oak, and pine forests that follow the water course and reach the head of the stream in the place known as the Tres Turons. The itinerary begins in the Escorxador park in Arenys de Munt town and is marked with green landmarks highlighted in yellow as local trail SL-C 76. We must be careful when passing a section with risk of falling after the urban area of the Tres Turons.

Track Route: Camino del torrente de en Puig al Corral (SL-C 76)

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAMPING EL FAR

The Squirrel Route (Yellow Route): A walk in the town of Calella. It begins in the square of Sant Elm, goes along the beach Gran de Calella, ascends through the town streets to the sports area of La Muntanyeta, visits the Dalmau park and returns to the beach passing through the Espanya square. The Dalmau park is a magnificent natural space with gardens and an example of the typical Mediterranean forest with pines and holm oaks, ideal to enjoy nature and wild-life and rest. This trail is marked with the symbol of a squirrel on a red background.

Link to the brochure with English map:

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/page/adjunts/guia_ditineraris_de_natura_calella_2012.pdf

Link to the City Council page:

www.calellabarcelona.com/planifica/que-fer/rutesdenatura/

Route of the Sea Crow (Blue route):  A walk in the town of Calella. It begins in the square of Sant Elm, goes along the beach Gran de Calella, ascends through the town streets to the sports area of La Muntanyeta, visits the Dalmau park and returns to the beach passing through the Espanya square. The Dalmau park is a magnificent natural space with gardens and an example of the typical Mediterranean forest with pines and holm oaks, ideal to enjoy nature and wild-life and rest. This trail is marked with the symbol of a squirrel on a red background.

Link to the brochure with English map:  

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/page/adjunts/guia_ditineraris_de_natura_calella_2012.pdf

Link to the City Council page:

www.calellabarcelona.com/planifica/que-fer/rutesdenatura/

Route of Guilles (Red Route): This route starts in the beach of Garbí and leaves Calella town to go up to the moun-tain range of Guilles, a wildlife corridor that connects Montnegre and Corredor Park with the Mediterranean coast. The route runs through a typical Mediterranean land-scape dominated by the cork oak, the siliceous bushes, crops and dry grasslands where we can observe animals such as the squirrel, the badger, the genet and the fox, a mammal that gives its name to the route. The itinerary is marked as route number 3 with the symbol of a fox on a yellow background.

Link to the brochure with English map:  

www.costadebarcelonamaresme.cat/sites/default/files/page/adjunts/guia_ditineraris_de_natura_calella_2012.pdf

Link to the City Council page:

www.calellabarcelona.com/planifica/quefer/rutesdenatura/

Route from Ronda de Calella to San Pol: Easy difficulty requirement, variable total effective time, variable total distance, responsible body San Pol de Mar City Council.

Track Route: Camino de Ronda de Calella a San Pol

 

 

Las Torrenteras (SL-C 102): Circular itinerary that begins in Sant Cebrià de Vallalta and takes us towards the Turó de la Punta Garbí ascending the pass of Era d’en Móra and descending through the pass of Sant Andreu, following the rivers of Sant Andreu and Mates. The trail begins in Puigvert Park and allows us to discover a section of the Montnegre and Corredor Natu-ral Park, walking through holm oaks, pine forests, abandoned fields and urbanized are-as. The itinerary is marked with the white and green marks corresponding to the local trail SL C-102.

Descargar la ruta: Las Torrenteras (SL-C 102)

 

 

Montnegre cumbrera (SL-C 103) This circular route begins in Sant Martí de Montnegre, a small village that belongs to the town of Sant Celoni, in Vallès Oriental region. The itinerary runs through the Montnegre mountain range passing by a humid and shady landscape populated by forests of holm oaks, oaks and chestnut trees that cover the characteristic slate and black substrate. The route runs entirely within the Montnegre and Corredor Natural Park and is marked with the white and green marks of the local SL-C 103 trail.

Descargar la ruta: Montnegre cumbrera (SL-C 103)

 

PR-C 146 De Calella a Tordera: This trail connects the coastal towns of Calella and Tordera, in the Maresme area, and goes accross the coastal mountain range surrounded by pine forests and oaks. During the itinerary we will enjoy good views of the Maresme coastline and the Montseny massif. Part of the route goes inside the natural area of the Montnegre and Corredor Park. The entire itinerary is marked with the white and yellow marks of the PR-C 146 trail.

Descargar la ruta: PR-C 146 De Calella a Tordera

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