Burricleta brings people closer to nature with a conciliatory, informative and contemplative vocation.
Palamós burricleta point on the Costa Brava, integrated into the burricleta.com network established, for the most part, in Catalonia and the Basque Country. Dedicated to ecotourism and specialized in the rental of electric bicycles, thus re-formulating cycling tourism as an activity for everyone without the need for any other physical condition than knowing how to ride a bike. Our offer basically consists of renting and carrying out guided routes with interactive GPS with loudspeaker, with cultural content of the points of interest of each itinerary, with several languages, for the nearby areas such as Pla d’Aubi, Fitor, Vall -lobrega and the protected natural area of Castell – Cap Roig.
We have everything you need GPS Approved helmet High chairs informative maps etc
7 €/h o + 3 h = 25 € p.p.
Routes prices: consult in the following sections
DIFICUTY LEVEL: MEDIUM
MID TIME: 2H / 3H
MAXIMUM PENDING: 14.80%
CUMULATIVE ASCENCION: 431M
Leaving on the right hand side of Punt Burricleta Port Marina, we take the bike path that will take us to an absolute rural environment. This route runs completely through the interior of the Baix Empordà. However, we will have views of much of the Costa Brava. We will pass through Les Burricletes through fields, vineyards, orchards and wooded areas, with the goal of achieving in mind, the hermitage of Fitor, located in one of the foothills of Les Gavarres. While resting on the Vall-llobrega plain and enjoying the rural world, the manor houses and the contemplative life, we will be able to reach high points from where we will be able to observe pirate watchtowers and other hidden elements from the plain. where we started the route. We will also have the opportunity to visit the hermitage of Fitor, one of the highest points in the area, and learn about the legends of the region. Undoing the path, returning with the coast facing, we will reach the viewpoint of Mont-ras to see the whole coast that stretches from Begur to Palamós, a navy blue that struggles to conquer land with the last remnants of the buttresses that go to die on the cliffs so characteristic of the area. A still wild and rural landscape, it fills our eyes with the bluish tones of the Mediterranean.