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The Hills route

Type: Difficulty: Average
Total itinerary: 22.900 km
Starting and finishing point: Sant Antolí
Places of interest: Sant Salvador de Talavera. Santa Maria de Rubinat. Sant Jaume de Pallerols.

Routes around the region of La Segarra. The Hills route The Hills route gets its name from the small elevations of the land which are caused by erosion  mainly in the plains.Theses hills stretch out long the basins of the Ondara, Torrent Salat and Montpalau river. The woods among the wide crop fields are one of the main features of this itinerary.

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The Roman's route

Type: Path
Difficulty: Low
Total itinerary: 9.000 km
Starting and finishing point: Guissona
Places of interest: The enclosed village of Torrefeta. Vila closa de Torrefeta.

Routes around the region of La Segarra. The Roman route The Roman settlement was founded in the II BC. Its golden age was around II-III AC. After the feudal conquer of the 11th century, the town was known as Guissona. It was and still is one of the main towns of the area of La Segarra.

The outskirts of the town still preserve vestiges from a large history. You go round enclosed villages, fortified towns ,by houses decorated with renascence large windows and coats of arms like the Torrefeta and Bellveí ones. In the same villages there are the churches of baroque and classicist style.of Sant Jaume de Bellveí and of Sant Amanç de Torrefeta. In the Torrefeta church there is stone in the façade with a inscription curved on the same stone’ the foundation stone was placed on 25th March 1675’

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La Pleta route

Type: Path
Difficulty: Low
Total itinerary: 12.700 km
Starting and finishing point: Les Pallargues
Places of interest: Les Pletes. Castell de Florejacs. Castell de les Pallargues.

Routes around the region of La Segarra. La Pleta route Among the old town centres of Florejacs and Les Pallargues with aristocratic houses, takes its name from the rural  stone buildings which were built to keep cattle. These buildings become one of the most genuine from La Segarra popular architecute. The path goes past one of these buildings which contrast with other elements from the Segarra heritage.

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The Monasteries route

Type:mountain biking(ATB)
Difficulty: Low
Total itinerary: 30.700 km
Starting and finishing point: Sant Ramon
Places of interest: Santuario de Sant Ramon. Castellmeià.

Routes around the region of La Segarra. The Monasteries route The monastery route takes its name from the sanctuary of Sant Ramon de Portell, central point from an itinerary that allows us appreciate the orographical variety from the centre of the region, among the basins of the Sió and llobregós rivers. From the high plateau of the Sant Ramon plains to the Ivorra valley, The Sant Guim plains, the gullies of Malgrat or the headlands of the Manresana surroundings. Near Sant Ramon, one of the driest areas of the region, we can see the characteristical rows of stone originally used for the building.

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The two valleys route

Type:mountain biking(ATB)
Difficulty: Low
Total itinerary: 23.400 km
Starting and finishing point: S.Guim de Freixenet
Places of interest: Celler Cooperatiu de Sant Guim de Freixenet (cellar). Sant Julià d'Estaràs.

Routes around the region of La Segarra. The two valleys route Among the Sió and Freixenet valleys we find the two main elements of the Segarra heritage: EL Celler Cooperatiu de Sant Guim de Freixenet and Montfalcó murallat. The cellar is a building from Cesar Martinell with Gaudí features and related to the agricultural development programme promoted by the Mancomunitat of Catalonia (1920).

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The cercavins route

Tipus: Path
Dificultat: Low
Total itinerary: 13.000 km
Starting and finishing point: Montornès de Segarra
Punts d'interès: Old town centre of Montornés Torres cilíndriques de l'Ametlla / the cylindrical towers of l’Ametlla and Montoliu.

Routes around the region of La Segarra. The cercavins route The Cercavins river rises in the coasts of the Suró mountain range(790m) and  this route goes around the areas of Montoliu de Segarra and Montcortés. It is a plain land with woods, crop fields,almond tres and olive trees and also vineyards. In ancient times there were vineyards all around La Segarra whereas nowadays it has disappeared besides this area.

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The Sió Castles route

Type:mountain biking(ATB)
Difficulty: Average
Total itinerary: 40.700 km
Starting and finishing point: Cervera
Places of interest: Castells de la Ruta( the castles route). Sant Esteve de Pelagalls. Sant Salvador de Concabella. Cervera.

Routes around the region of La Segarra. the Sió Castles route This area was conquered by the andalusins In the middle of the 11th century . The bank of the Sió was soon full of castles and churches. There are a great amount of  castles  that give  name to this route such as the Montcortés(1095), Concabella(1031), Les Pallargues (1040) and Aranyó (1120). All of them were restored in the modern times to become castles –palace. The castle of Pallargues is the one that best preserves the medieval  construction elements and it can be visited.

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The Doll castles

Type:mountain biking(ATB)
Dificultat: Low
Total itinerary: 26.500 km
Starting and finishing point: Guissona
Places of interest: Old town centre and the church of Santa Maria, the Castle of Florejacs and the Sitges castle.


Routes around the region of La Segarra. The Doll castles The Doll castles route goes around the Guissona plains and the reliefs of the plains, isolated low ridges and wide depressions that lead to the river Sió and the town of Agramunt belonging to the old area of Florejacs.

The two main elements in this route are the Florejacs and Sitges castle. Florejacs is a manor house  of  renascence style built in the place of an old castle from the 11th century which can be visited. The Sitges castle dates from the 11th century, nowadays is one of the best preserved medieval fortress in the La Segarra region with constructions from the 13 th and 14th  century.  

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Restaurant Can Solé Xic

It’s located next to the rural house Cal Miramunt. It’s worth having a meal there. 

 

Cal Miramunt Diary

Check the activities and news from cal Miramunt, Claret and  the surroundings of the area of La Segarra and El Solsonés

 

The sky from Claret village

You can enjoy observing the planets and the Stars. From cal Miramunt-Claret. It’s an ideal place to observe the sky at night.

 

The Accessibility

Cal Miramunt is an accommodation of rural tourism very accessible from architectural barrier of the house to the easy access of the web page.

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