The Roman Way was built by the Romans to connect the Valley Bianya (Garrotxa area) with Camprodon (Ripoll). It was a jamb side on the Via Augusta that crossed the Pyrenees to Rome. The only part that remains is the section from St. Paul continues to the passage of carriers in the Valley Bianya with a length of 8kms. In his journey you can see the cobbled sections, water drains, the quarry, bridges, etc..
The Roman Way runs through the estate of the Call, so you can leave home with boots!