Gavarres Mountains

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The natural park Gavarres is the biggest wooded zone in southern and center Ampurdán. It is formed by the mountains of the same name which extends in an arc open to the north and along the mountains of Begur, protecting the Ampurdan plain. It has an area of 350 km2 that comprises 20 villages of rural character. The zone is vertebrated by trails, which highlight the great heritage that it hides: megaliths, stone bridges centuries old, Romanesque churches, viewpoints, etc. The information center, the farmhouse Can Vilallonga, is in Cassa de la Selva.

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Can Vilallonga, Cassà de la Selva, Gavarres information point

Boscos de Fitor, a les Gavarres, Costa Brava

Solius, a les muntanyes de les Gavarres, Girona, Costa Brava

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