Pedra Ramera Menhir

Address:Via Verda Carrilet. Santa Cristina d'Aro
Price: free of charge

Pedra Ramera is a monolith that was discovered in 1990 after an exhaustive search, following some medieval documents indicating that this important menhir became the border between the municipalities of Solius and Bell-Lloc. You can reach it walking the Via Verde (Green Way, ancient old railways path) from the old train station Bell-Lloc, heading north toward Riera Salenys creek. About 200 meters before arriving the wooden bridge that crosses the stream, there is a fork to the left and, after about 150 meters, you will arrive to the monolith, near two high tension towers.

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Muchas ciclistas y caminantes se quieren fotografiar junto a la Pedra Ramera, en Santa Cristina d'Aro

El menhir de Pedra Ramera con más de 4000 años de antigüedad, delimitaba Solius de Sant Feliu

Pedra Ramera fue descubierta en 1990 en este lugar, a partir de documentos escritos de la época medieval

El monolito Pedra Ramera se encuentra muy cerca de la antigua via férrea, hoy Via Verda, del Carrilet

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