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From the highest peaks of Catalonia sinking into the Mediterranean in the easternmost part of the territory, the Pyrenees, the cradle of Catalan culture, offer a landscape full of contrasts where nature and human creations over the centuries live in perfect harmony.

Leaving Catalonia’s only Atlantic valley, the Aran Valley, this route leads you to the high part of Pallars Sobirà and its river, the Noguera Pallaresa, known for its adventure and whitewater sports.

The Port del Cantó pass will lead you to La Seu d’Urgell, the seat of the bishopric that bears its name, and tracing your way back up the Segre River you will reach Cerdanya, historically a Catalan valley that is today split between two states.

Leaving behind La Molina, a pioneer of winter sports in Catalonia and Spain, you will head towards Ripoll, the seat of one of the most important Romanesque monasteries in the country.

The Capsacosta tunnels will take you to La Garrotxa and its volcanic landscape, and traveling along the Fluvià River you will reach Empordà where the mark of the master Dalí is present from Figueres to Cadaqués, the final point on this route.

From the highest peaks of Catalonia sinking into the Mediterranean in the easternmost part of the territory, the Pyrenees, the cradle of Catalan culture, offer a landscape full of contrasts where nature and human creations over the centuries live in perfect harmony.

Leaving Catalonia’s only Atlantic valley, the Aran Valley, this route leads you to the high part of Pallars Sobirà and its river, the Noguera Pallaresa, known for its adventure and whitewater sports.

The Port del Cantó pass will lead you to La Seu d’Urgell, the seat of the bishopric that bears its name, and tracing your way back up the Segre River you will reach Cerdanya, historically a Catalan valley that is today split between two states.

Leaving behind La Molina, a pioneer of winter sports in Catalonia and Spain, you will head towards Ripoll, the seat of one of the most important Romanesque monasteries in the country.

The Capsacosta tunnels will take you to La Garrotxa and its volcanic landscape, and traveling along the Fluvià River you will reach Empordà where the mark of the master Dalí is present from Figueres to Cadaqués, the final point on this route.

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