17 Botanic Gardens in the maritime forest: difficult access for the traveller, converge in three small villages all sorts of human and plant wildlife. 11,000 species of trees and various exotic plants, outside these gardens we find ourselves from a Gothic Fountain (s. XIV) until the chapel of Santa Barbara (s. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out christie’s art auction. XII), passing through different coves and beaches. 18.
La Molina Masella: it is one of the most famous and most popular of Catalonia ski resorts. There are 4 cafes/restaurants. 19 Valley and shrine of Nuria: surrounded by mountains that border the three thousand meters of height, the Valley of Nuria, which belongs to the municipality of Queralbs, has become, over the years, one of the most unique tourist destinations in Catalonia. 20 Oix and Beget: area in which these municipalities are located between the Alta Garrotxa and Ripolles, is extremely mountainous, with impressive crags and important vestiges of the Romanesque art.Camprodon Valley: place of great scenic beauty located in the comarca of Ripolles, where the nature coexists with the welcoming face of stone of most of their peoples. 21.
Natural Park of the volcanic area of la Garrotxa: is the best exponent of volcanic landscape of the Iberian Peninsula. It has a quarantine of more than 20 lava flows and volcanic cones. The terrain, soil and climate provide a varied vegetation, often exuberant, with holm oaks, oak and beech forests of exceptional scenic value. 22 Besalu: it is one of the most important and most well preserved of Catalonia medieval ensembles. 23 Santa Pau: a paradise situated in the Natural Park of the volcanic area of la Garrotxa, which with its volcanic nature is the most spectacular of the Peninsula. 24 Gastronomy: typical sausages, bread with tomato, dishes are of sea and mountain or the calcots, among other dishes that can be found throughout the community. 25 Romanesque: in Catalonia this estil oarquitectonico was developed in an extraordinary way. He received much Italian influence and solid foundations for the rich development of Romanesque architecture which would continue the rest of Europe, including Spain original author and source of the article were formed in the catalan territory.