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Catalonia’s top 5 trekking routes

DATE : May 14, 2017

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Catalonia’s top 5 trekking routes Catalonia’s trekking trails connect the region’s forested mountains, dramatic coastline, ancient monasteries and fishing villages. Dust off your walking boots for these 5 top hiking routes
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1: The Mediterranean Trail (GR92) Go long distance along the ‘Rugged Coast’
Camí-de-Ronda (Catalan Tourist Board)

To/from: Portbou to Ulldecona (Catalonia)
Length: 583km
Spain’s shore-hugging GR92 trail reveals every nook and cranny of the Catalan coast. Starting on the French border and tracing the sun-kissed, artist-beloved, endlessly varied shore all the way south and into Valencia province, it’s the complete coastal picture.
That picture includes buzzy resorts with intoxicating nightlife and tiny whitewashed fishing villages untouched by time (or tourists). It includes big-hitting sites, such as Tarragona’s Roman relics and Salvador Dali’s supremely surreal museum at Port Lligat. It also means diversions inland to fragrant forests and ..