What to do around?

Excursions on foot from home:

-Roman Way of Capsacosta (Via Ànnia): route from home, medium difficulty 9km (2:30H-3H) back and forth if you want to go to Sant Pau de Segúries: https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/via-romana-del-capsacosta-675821

It can also be done a circular variant of 9km: https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/via-romana-de-capsacosta-circular-des-de-sant-salvador-de-bianya-garrotxa-100507882

Another option, is another circular route of about 18km from home to St Ponç d’Aulina and reach Sant Pau: https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-btt/st-salvador-de-bianya-st-ponc-st-pau-seguries-via-romana-12735502

Gorg Molí Nou: about 20 minutes walk from home, a whole adventure to get there but the destination is worth it! on our instagram (@calliscasarural) you will find photos if you want to see a taste… but do not make justice!

Here you will find several routes to make in the area of ​​the Vall de Bianya: http://www.valldebianya.com/index.php/ca/que-fer/senderisme


Excursions taking the car you have:

about 10 minutes: Sant Miquel del Mont (1:45h uphill you reach the top of a mountain ridge with unique views from the whole Bianya valley and the whole Vall d’En Bas Valley on the other side): https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/sant-miquel-del-mont-des-de-vall-de-bianya-l-hostalnou-de-bianya-21068436

about 20 minutes: Bac Valley – Route of the 5 hermitages, circular route of about 18km of medium difficulty https://es.wikiloc.com/rutas-senderismo/volta-a-la-vall-del-bac-ruta-de-les-cinc-ermites-3580931

about 30 minutes: Sadernes to Sant Aniol d’Aguja of about 10km circular(area ofclimbing and hiking trail next to the river with some river pools crystal clear water to go swimming in) https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/sant-aniol-daguja-i-salt-del-brull-des-de-sadernes-24087722

about 30 minutes by car: Salt del Sallent in Sant Privat d’en Bas about 6km circular (family outgoing) and where there are also some gorgs (very crowded but easily accessible) https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/salt-de-sallent-de-sant-privat-den-bas-12476080 Or you can the Puigsacalm (1.515m) from here too : https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/sant-privat-de-bas-santuari-les-olletes-sta-magdalena-puig-dels-llops-el-puigsacalm-salt-del-sallen-12132478#wp-12132485

about 40 minutes by car: Comanegre and Basses de Monars (where cars are left and where there is a walking area with amazing views, you can climb the Comanegre (1.547m, the highest peak of La Garrotxa, it is on the border with France and on the other side you can see the Canigó and on clear days in the gulf of Lyon and Roses) it is a route of 35 minutes go up and more time to go down, or make a circular route of about 8 km: https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/comanegra-i-puig-de-les-bruixes-2-x-100-cims-de-la-garrotxa-37231401

-about 40 minutes by car: Scaffolding from the Ull de Ter refuge and the Coll de la Marrana. High mountain hike of about 7km: https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-senderisme/bastiments-11008580 You can also extend it by a route of about 13km to the Pic de la dona: https://ca.wikiloc.com/rutes-alpinisme/olla-de-vallter-gra-de-fajol-petit-gra-de-fajol-gran-bastiments-bacivers-pic-de-la-dona-7593025


Other places to visit:

Molló Park is about 30 minutes by car (with wild animals from the area, beards, wolves, wild pig, eagles….): https://www.molloparc.com —– there is also a park of zip lines for children and not so children!

Natural Park of the Volcanic Zone and the Fageda d’En Jordà, is about 30 minutes by car http://parcsnaturals.gencat.cat/web/.content/home/zona_volcanica_de_la_garrotxa/visitans/agenda_dactivitats/2015/20142015_VEV_PNZVG.pdf

In the same park there is also the yogurt factory la Fageda to visit, ponies rides, carriage rides of horses….: https://activitatsgarrotxa.com

Other villages: Camprodon (20min), Ripoll (20min), Sant Joan les Abadesses (10min), Besalú (25min), Olot (20min), Santa Pau (30min), Beget (40 min)….

The Vall de Núria is about 40 minutes http://www.valldenuria.com

Mas Farró: cheese factory in the Vall de Bianya, about 10 minutes from home, where they can teach you how they make their cheese so good, sheep’s yoghurts and other products that you can’t leave without taking them with you!

Jaumet’s Farm (a Batet, near Olot): they have many farm animals that they show you in a very playful and entertaining way: https://www.mascasamitjana.cat/ca/visita-a-la-granja-d-en-jaumet-per-a-grups-familiars-i-escoles/

Mountain guides: https://www.guiesrocblanc.com/p/inici.html O: https://www.guiesnordsud.cat/ca/

Guided tours of La Garrotxa: guided routes to get to know La Garrotxa http://www.fentours.com


Everything you can do in La Garrotxa, you will find it here: http://ca.turismegarrotxa.com/itineraris-i-rutes/al-teu-aire/