|Start||8:00 – Platja del Port de Llançà (Racó de la Platja del Port stand). The particpants shall be there 2 hours in advance ot the start time|
|Arrival||Parking Rafael Estela – Llançà|
|Maximum time||24 hours|
PORT DE LLANÇÀ – CAP DE RAS- GARBET – PUIG D’ESQUER – COLL DE LES PORTES – SANT SILVESTRE – VALLETA- TOURIST OFFICE –- GR 11- SANT SALVADOR DE SAVERDERA- PANÍ – CALA JONCOLS – CADAQUÉS – PORTLLIGAT – FAR DE CAP DE CREUS – GR11 – PORT DE LA SELVA – GR 92 – PORT DE LLANÇÀ – PLAÇA MAJOR DE LLANÇÀ
You can see it at Garmin >>>> March Track
You can see it at Wikilock >>>> March Track
Chart of the March Altimetry
The route starts at Port de Llançà which will be continue to Cape Ras and Garbet Beach. Then dropped the cost to delve into the mountains , reaching Puig d’Esquers, where you will find breathtaking views of the entire north side of Cap de Creus .
From there it go down to Mas Patiràs , connecting the GR-11 , which leads to St. Sylvester and Valleta to return back to Llançà , specifically the Office of Tourism . Then continue on the path that leads to Roca Miralles up to the imposing Monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes and ascended to the ruins of the Castle of San Salvador, exceptional viewpoint of this region .
By leaving the ridge , cross the road from Roses to Cadaqués, and go to Cala Joncols , which clawed back the sea. From here we headed north , Cadaqués and Port Lligat , to go in search of the coastal path .
Once passed the Cap de Creus , head to the Mas Vell and St. Baldiri towards Port de la Selva . Following the coastal path from Port de la Selva to Llançà, reach the Llança village, and will end up in the main square of the town .
Has prepared a path to safety in case of bad weather, which modifies the route. You can see the yellow image below.
You can see the route at Garmin >>> Alternative Track