La Garrotxe Volcanic zone Natural Park

The singular beauty of volcanoes with its lava flows

La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park is composed by eleven municipalities.

The mountain landscape, the sun and climate provide a variety of vegetation, often exuberant, with holm oaks, common oaks and beech trees of exceptional value to the landscape.

At La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park there are 28 walking routes that pass through the Natural Park's most interesting places. The majority are signposted, except some of the longest that, if you are used to it, can be followed easily with the help of the guide map for the Natural Park.  The Natural Park has an extensive range of publications available.

The Natural Park's routes often join with those of the Itinerànnia network of trails.

Parking areas are signposted. Try to leave vehicles in the parking places prepared for this purpose. At the car parks you will find rest areas equipped with toilets, rubbish bins and drinking water, if you need to take a break. Avoid having picnics beyond these areas. It is prohibited in the natural reserves.

Garrotxa: forests, volcanoes, cows and more