The Transversal Trail (GR1) starts at the emblematic Greek and Roman ruins of Empúries on the Mediterranean coast, and crosses the Iberian Peninsula from east to west until reaching Finisterre.
The GR11 is the most mountainous of all GR trails running through Catalan territory.
The GR176 describes a large circle between the towns of Navàs and Puig-reig, passing more than twenty churches and small hermitages along the way.
The GR150 goes around the edges of Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park, running through Alt Urgell, Berguedà, and Cerdanya Counties.
The route runs through Garrotxa County, via the mediaeval villages of Besalú and Santa Pau, and goes on to Montseny Natural Park.
Vielha is the starting point for this circular route running through Val d’Aran County.
Circular route affording spectacular views of Berguedà County and its hidden churches and hermitages.
This route goes through the inland counties of Catalonia, starting at Sant Quirze de Besora in Osona County.
The GR4 is a European trail entering Catalonia at Puigcerdà and ending at Montserrat Mountains.
The GR7 is a European trail crossing the Iberian Peninsula from Andorra to Tarifa (Cádiz).
This trail runs from Mataró (Catalonia) to Prades (France), retracing the route taken by thousands of exiles in 1939.
This trail follows the Catalan coastline, displaying its great diversity of coves, beaches, Mediterranean landscapes and coastal mountain ranges.
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