DIFFICULTY
Easy - Moderate

Category:
HIKING • TRAIL RUNNING

LENGTH
10km

TOTAL ASCENT
+130m

APPROX. DURATION TRAIL
1h 15min

APPROX. DURATION HIKING
2h 30min

ROUTE TRACKING
Signals

This route is part of the Palamós Virtual Races
TIMED ROUTE

Active 24h/365 days

Description

A circular route starting in the centre of the municipality, which passes through wooded areas, trails, coastal paths and part of the built-up area. From the Tourism Office, follow the bay of Palamós until you reach Carrer Enric Vincke. Cross this road to get to the bike path. Carry on along the bike path until you come to the fork at the start of the Greenway. Carry on along the trail until you find a path on the right that crosses a field and takes you into a wooded area, where after a few km you come to the Puente de la Presa bridge. You reach Castell beach on the path alongside the river and then follow the coastal path towards the south, passing wonderful places like the castle of Sant Esteve de Mar, Cala s’Alguer and the viewpoint of Cap Gros until you reach Palamós.

Terrain

Built-up area20%
Track50%
Path30%

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Places of interest


PHOTO: La Crique s’Alguer, en premier plan ; la plage de Castell avec le village ibérique, au fond.

Castell Beach

This site has remained isolated and the natural clarity of its landscape has been preserved by popular will. The Mediterranean in its pure state.

Cala s’Alguer

This urban miniature by the sea has been declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest thanks to its scenic value. It was a neighbourhood of fishing huts dating back to the 15th century, which gave shelter to the fishermen as well as their utensils and fishing tackle, and which currently house leisure events.

The castle of Sant Esteve de Mar

This old castle is located on a cliff between Cala s’Alguer and La Fosca beach. It belonged to the parish of Sant Eugenia de Vila-romà. King Peter II the Great purchased it in 1277 and created the port and town of Palamós. It was almost totally demolished during the War of the Remences and was abandoned in the 16th-17th centuries and has been converted into a farmhouse.