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Riu Brugent a Farena, Muntanyes de Prades
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The watermark footpath by the Brugent river

5€12€

Nature reserve: Prades mountain range
Region: Alt Camp
Starting point: Farena
Duration: Half day
Walking time: 1h 30min
Schedule: From 9:30 to 13:30
Difficulty: Low

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Product Description

The walk

Walk that will lead us to the river Brugent, where we will discover the ancient paper mills that used the hydraulic energy of the river. We will learn how the mills worked while we enjoy this refreshing walk along one of the best preserved valleys of Catalonia. That walk in the Vilalta forest is a “tasting” of the itinerary El Brogit de la Vall and will also let us know the actions that the Territory and Landscape Area carries out to preserve the Bonelli’s eagle.

The walk will take place in Farena. There is the possibility to have lunch in Brugent restaurant, well known by its mountain cuisine, with an economic menu of 15€ (8€ kids), exclusively for the hikers that have taken part in the activity.

Services included

  • Guided walk by a local guide
  • Insurances

Prices

These prices are for the scheduled activities. For groups on certain dates, please contact us so we can adjust the price to the size of the group.

Dates

Not scheduled this year, but do not hesitate to contact us for a tailor-made activity according to your needs!

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El Brogit Guiatges
Walking and guiding company in Southern Catalonia
El Brogit Viatges
The Ecotourism travel agency of Catalonia (GC-2786)
Creators of El Brogit de la Vall
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