Garrotxa volcanic zone natural park

The unique beauty of volcanoes with their lava flows


The Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park is the most important example of volcanic landscape on the Iberian Peninsula. It has about forty volcanic cones and more than 20 lava flows and is made up of 11 municipalities.

Its orography, soil and climate provide it with varied vegetation, often exuberant, with oak and beech forests of exceptional landscape value.

In the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park there are pedestrian itineraries that pass through the most interesting places in the Natural Park. Most of them are signposted, except for some of the longer ones which, if you are used to them, can be easily followed with the help of the Natural Park's guide map. The Natural Park has an extensive range of publications.

The Natural Park itineraries often connect with those of the trail network Itinerànnia

In the following link, you can see all the routes of the natural park




Ven a la Fageda d'en Jordà

Information of interest

Don't forget to visit the Cooperativa La Fageda and try their formidable products. You must reserve a visit by calling 972 68 10 11

Between Olot and Santa Pau there are two large car parks enabled to receive visitors: the Can Serra area, located right next to the Fageda d'en Jordà, and the Santa Margarita area, located right between the volcanoes of Santa Margarita and the Croscat. Both car parks are the starting points of several signposted itineraries that allow you to visit the central area of the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park. These two parking spaces are paid. · Hours: from 9:30 to 16:30

There is public transportation. Garrotxa can be reached by bus from Barcelona, Girona, Vic, Figueres, Puigcerdà, Ripoll, Banyoles...

RUMBUS is a public transport service operated by TEISA that runs the route Les Preses - center of Olot - Fageda d'en Jordà - Area de Santa Margarida - Santa Pau on weekends, bank holidays, public holidays and other dates.


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