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Figueres - Peralada - Espolla - la Vajol - Maçanet de Cabrenys - Boadella - Figueres. Road cycling Catalonia

100 km Distanz
2.127 m Aufstieg
2.131 m Abstieg

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CB (Costa Brava): Route 12

This is a long route, with a significant amount of climbing. Leave Figueres to the Northeast, through Peralada with its castle and wineries, into the Alberes, the foothills of the Pyrenees.  Once you hit La Jonquera, the 13km climb up to the French border starts, via Agullana and La Vajol. The descent to Figueres is gorgeous, with views over the lake at Darnius, and a fascinating landscape of low pre-mountain vegetation through Boatella and Cistella.

You will find this route and many more in Catalonia, on the Catalan Tourism Board’s map, here:

You can find more cycling routes and tips in the following links:


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