The volcanic La Garrotxa district of Catalonia lies between the Pyrenees and the wonderful Costa Brava area in Spain. La Garrotxa is most popular for its very much safeguarded medieval towns, great nourishment, outside movement openings, Romanesque temples, and volcanic park. La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park is extraordinary compared to other saved volcanic scenes in Europe, containing 40 idle volcanoes.
On the off chance that you are searching for a rustic break from Barcelona or Costa Brava, La Garrotxa is a short separation away making for an ideal Girona or Barcelona day outing or end of the week escape spot. Beautiful vistas, country scenes, and medieval towns proliferate here. With a huge system of trails, Garrotxa is a well known goal for the two climbers and cyclists.
Laurence and I have been fortunate enough to have visited La Garrotxa a few times and we appear to be in the zone at any rate once per year. Right now share all you have to know to design an excursion and travel inside this lovely district of the Girona Pyrenees. We’ll disclose to you how to arrive and share thoughts on where to remain and what to do in La Garrotxa dependent on our own movements here.
Best season to visit La Garrotxa?
It truly relies obviously upon what you need to do in the territory, however we by and by believe that the Fall (harvest time) and Spring are the most wonderful. During these seasons, the climate is frequently wonderful and it is less packed, and most attractions are open in the region. Both are pleasant seasons for climbing and cycling. Fall is presumably the most loved season for cycling right now.
Summer is additionally a pleasant season as there are more sunshine hours, more celebrations, and an all the more enthusiastic air due to there being more individuals. This is a well known time for day trippers to visit, yet this additionally implies costs can be higher in specific territories and a portion of the more mainstream towns can be packed.
Medieval Villages of Garrotxa
There are exquisite medieval towns through La Garrotxa, The territory’s best saved medieval towns are Santa Pau, Besalú, Sant Joan les Fonts, and Sant Feliu de Pallerols. You can discover medieval scaffolds, squares, temples, old plants, and demolished strongholds in the old quarters of these towns, and each merits setting aside the effort to investigate.
La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park
La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park is viewed as perhaps the best case of a volcanic scene in Europe, containing more than 20 magma streams and 40 latent volcanoes. The recreation center is tremendous and inside the recreation center are 26 diverse characteristic stores. A decent spot to begin is to make a beeline for make a stop at one of the recreation center’s data communities to accumulate data and become familiar with the recreation center.
Regardless of whether you are keen on wells of lava and geography or not, you’ll likely discover bounty to do with this enormous common park. Here is a rundown of featured towns and attractions inside the recreation center that can help kick you off. There are various climbing, long separation trails, and cycle ways that go through pieces of this park in the event that you need to effectively investigate the recreation center.