The best example of volcanic landscape of the Iberian Peninsula. It has forty volcanic cones and more than 20 basaltic lava flows. The topography, soil and climate provide a varied vegetation, often exuberant, with holm oak and beech forests of exceptional scenic value.
Many of the most interesting places in the Park can be reached by following the network of paths and the Natural Park’s signposted itineraries. Regular activities for visitors are also organised and there is a whole range of tourist facilities offering accommodation, information and food and drink.
Guided visits and trips throughout the region are available all-year round. Learn about the volcanoes and lava flows, the forests and mountains, towns and buildings in the company of a local expert. (Descobreix la Garrotxa).
The Natural Park also offers a guiding service with expert local guides who will teach you all about the region (Deixa’t portar).